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BASKETBALL BLUE BOOS 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 








Carolina bench goes wild as Scott's basket beats 


Davidson in Eastern Regional Finals 






1969-70 GAME 


SCHEDULE 


Dec. 


1 8:00 P.M 


Florida Southern CHAPEL HILL 


Jan. 


17 


1:00 P.M 


Wake Forest 


CHAPEL HILL 


Dec. 
Dec. 


3 8:00 P.M 
8 8:00 P.M 


Mercer CHAPEL HILL 
Kentucky Charlotte 


Jan. 


28 


8:00 P.M. 


Athletics in Act 
(Exhibition) 


ion 

CHAPEL HILL 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


13 8:00 P.M 
16 8:00 P.M 
20 8:00 P.M 
22 8:00 P.M 
29-30 


Florida State Greensboro 
Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 
Tulane New Orleans, La. 
Rice Houston, Tex. 
Carolina Classic Greensboro 
(UNC, Harvard, Bowling Green, 
Southern Illinois) 


Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 


31 
3 
5 
9 

13 
14 


8:15 P.M 
8:00 P.M 
9:00 P.M 
9:00 P.M 
9:00 P.M 
9:00 P.M 


Maryland 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
N. C. State 
Clemson .... 
Georgia Tech 


College Park, Md. 

CHAPEL HILL 

Winston-Salem 

CHAPEL HILL 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 


Jan. 


3 8:00 P.M 


. Rice Charlotte 


Feb. 


18 


8:00 P.M 


Maryland 


CHAPEL HILL 


Jan. 


5 9:00 P.M 


South Carolina Columbia, S. C. 


Feb. 


21 


8:30 P.M 


South Carolina 


CHAPEL HILL 


Jan. 


7 8:00 P.M 


. N. C. State . Raleigh 


Feb. 


25 


8:00 P.M 


Virginia Tech 


CHAPEL HILL 


Jan. 


10 2:00 P.M 


. Duke CHAPEL HILL 


Feb. 


28 


2:00 P.M 


Duke 


Durham 


Jan. 


15 8:00 P.M 


. Clemson Clemson, S. C. 


Mar. 


5-7 


ACC TOURNAMENT Charlotte 



Meet the 7969-70 

TAR HEELS 

1268-69 ACC and EASTERN REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 

Member of the Atlantic Coast Conference 

THIS BROCHURE FOR PRESS, RADIO, TV 
AND THE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 



CONTENTS 

Administration and Basketball Directory 1 

The. University 2 

Chancellor Carlyle Sitterson 3 

Athletic Director Homer Rice 4 

Coach Dean Smith 5-8 

Assistant Coaches Lotz and Guthridge 9 

Press, Radio and TV Information 10 

Trainer John Lacey 10 

Prospectus 11 

Varsity Squad Picture and Roster 12 

Player Profiles 13-22 

UNC Coaches Through the Years 22 

The Tar Heels Year By Year 22 

Carolina Basketball Tradition 23 

Educational Foundation 24 

Chuck Erickson and Walter Rabb 25 

Record Against All Opponents 26 

The Greatest Players 27-29 

UNC Lettermen Since 1961 30 

Meet the Opponents 31-39 

Final 1968-69 Statistics 40 

Team Managers 40 

25 Cage Championships 40 

Tar Heel Honor Roll 41 

1968-69 Results, Top Ten Scorers 41 

Foy Roberson Award 41 

Another Championship Story 42-45 

All Time Scores 46-48 

Carmichael Auditorium 49 

A Pictorial Review of 1968-69 49-51 

Freshman Squad Picture and Roster 52 

Freshman Prospectus, Schedule 53 

Tar Heel Road Headquarters 53 

A Tribute to Five who Graduated 54-55 

All Time Records 56 

Editors: Jack Williams, Sybil Smith, Rick Brewer, Chris Cobbs. 
Design: Creative Printers, Inc., Chapel Hill. 



The Covers— Coach Dean Smith and his all-America player 
Charlie Scott are pictured on the front cover of this year's Blue 
Book. They are standing underneath the sun dial at the famous 
Morehead Planetarium on the Carolina campus. The back cover 
shows Tar Heel players huddling during pre-game introductions 
at Carmichael Auditorium. (Color photos by Orville Campbell.) 



UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION 

Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson 

Other University Officers 

Assistant to the Chancellor Claiborne Jones 

Provost J. Charles Morrow 

Vive Chancellor, Business & Finance Joseph C. Eagles, Jr. 

Vice Chancellor, Health Sciences C. Arden Miller 

Chairman of the Faculty F. N. Cleaveland 

Faculty Chairman of Athletics E. M. Hedgpeth 

Dean of Student Affairs CO. Cathey 

Dean of Graduate School Lyle Jones 

Director of Development . Charles M. Shaffer 

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences Raymond Dawson 

Registrar, Director of Institutional Research James Gaskin 

CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY OFFICERS 

President William C. Friday 

Assistant to the President James L. Jenkins, Jr. 

Vice President — Academic Affairs William Wells 

Vice President— Institutional Studies A. K. King 

Vice President — Research and Public 

Service Programs C. E. Bishop 

Vice President — Finance L. Felix Joyner 

Assistant Vice President and Treasurer A. H. Shepard, Jr. 

Assistant Vice President and 

Assistant Treasurer J. Sibley Dorton, Jr. 

Director of Educational Television George E. Bair 



The Basketball Directory 

Athletic Director Homer Rice 

Assistant Athletic Director Walter Rabt) 

Consultant to the Athletic Director Charles P. Erickson 

Director of Freshman Athletics Joe Hilton 

Business Manager of Athletics Vernon Crook 

Faculty Chairman of Athletics E. M. Hedgpeth 

Director of Sports Information Jack Williams 

Ticket Manager Mrs. Jean Keller 

The Athletic Council — Dr. E, M. Hedgpeth, chairman; Chancellor 
J. Carlyle Sitterson (ex-Officio); Homer C. Rice (ex-Officio); 
Dr. Frank Hanft (faculty); Dr. R. E. Jamerson (faculty); 
Hubert J. Philpott (alumni); Hubert H. Rand (alumni); James 
Beatty (alumni); Stuart Alan Albright (student); Kenneth 
Wayne McAllister (student); Darley Gayle Bomar (Monogram 
Club representative). 



The Basketball Staff 

Head Coach Dean Smith 

Assistant Coach John Lotz 

Assistant Coach Bill Guthridge 

Secretary Mrs. Betsy Terrell 

Trainer John E. Lacey 

Assistant Trainer Dean Weber 

Team Physician Dr. Joe DeWalt 

Equipment Manager John J. Keller, Jr. 

Varsity Managers Leroy Upperman, Ben Reid, Johnny Barrett 
Freshman Managers Dave Archer, Doug Donald, Bill Isley, 

Tom Forrester 
Photographer Mike Ronman 



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THE UNIVERSITY 



If Hinton James had ridden his 
horse from Wilmington to enroll at the 
University of North Carolina this fall, 
Old Nellie would probably have come 
to a quick stop at the Chapel Hill city 
limits while the rider asked what had 
happened. 

James made that long ride from the 
coast in 1795 to enroll as the first stu- 
dent at UNC. That was quite a dif- 
ferent era. George Washington was pre- 
sident and UNC was nothing more 
than an impoverished little school of 
classical studies on a wooded hill 
named for a chapel called New Hope. 
It was the only state university in the 
nation then. 

James and his 40 classmates were 
taught by two professors in a single 
building. Since then, the campus has 
literally exploded. Today the Univer- 
sity sprawls over many acres and high 
rise buildings— like the 10-story Hinton 
James dormitory named for the first 
student-break the Chapel Hill skyline. 

But 173 years of planning has creat- 
ed a campus considered one of the 
most beautiful anywhere. Hinton 
James found walks through the Caro- 
lina forests conducive to his academic 
life. Today, Carolina students still find 
plenty of tree-lined paths leading to a 
refuge from the classroom. 

North Carolina has earned the repu- 
tation of being the most progressive 
and liberal of southern states, and 
Chapel Hill has long been known asthe 
state's most liberal town. Pretenses 
have no support here. Negro women 
line main street and sell flowers from 
beneath shade trees. Novelists and ar- 
tists engage in lively debate with res- 
tauranteurs and the town's leading 



mechanic may appear more successful 
than the banker he is talking to in 
front of the post office. And it is a 
town many retire to. 

The Morehead Planetarium on the 
campus has trained all of the astro- 
nauts and research being conducted all 
over the campus is reaching for the 
future. An integral part of the Univer- 
sity is vast medical complex which in- 
cludes N.C. Memorial Hospital and 
trains many of the state's doctors, den- 
tists and public health experts. 

Thirty-one of North Carolina's 50 
governors have been graduates of the 
University at Chapel Hill and one pres- 
ident—James K. Polk of his class of 
1818— went on to become president. 

Carolina is one of the three south- 
ern schools which rank at the top of 
southern Universities in a comprehen- 
sive study conducted by the American 
Council on Education, and most schol- 
ars from other colleges and universities 
in the south choose UNC when award- 
ed by the Southern Fellowship Fund. 

The arts have an active home in 
Chapel Hill and most of the 16,000 
students this year will have some con- 
tact with a concert, art exhibition, 
play, or lecture. 

Chapel Hill is a literary haven. Tho- 
mas Wolfe, Paul Green and LeGette 
Blythe have all found adventure and 
beauty on the campus. The other 
well-known graduates are too numer- 
ous to list. Perhaps the most famous 
name associated with the faculty is 
Kay Kyser, the original "Professor of 
Musical Knowledge" on radio. 

It is a cosmopolitan little town des- 
pite its sleepy appearance. Of a full- 
time faculty of more than 1,100, more 



than half are natives of states other 
than North Carolina. All 50 states are 
represented in the student body as 
well as many foreign countries. 

The Tar Heel brand is well-known 
in athletics. Carolina won its first na- 
tional championship in basketball in 
1924 with a 23-0 record and did it 
again in 1957, this time with a 32-0 
record. The team has finished in the 
top four in the nation for the past 
three years. Jim Beatty, a Tar Heel 
trackman of the 1950's, was the first 
American to break the four-minute 
mile barrier. 

Hinton James would be surprised. 
The campus of today would not be re- 
cognizable to him. But a serene, gentle 
way of life which has always hung 
heavy in the Chapel Hill air has not 
changed since 1795. The striving for 
excellence in the hearts and mind of 
the University has not changed. And 
the giant poplar tree where James 
thought away spring afternoons is still 
there, offering a resting place for yet 
another generation of young men and 
women. 



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The Chancellor and 
Mrs. Sitterson 



The No. 1 man on the Carolina 
campus is a knowledgeable and enthu- 
siastic basketball fan. 

A follower of Tar Heel sports since 
his undergraduate days here in 1927, 
Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson speaks 
knowingly of athletics as well as of 
academics. 

"Chancellor Sitterson is a great 
fan," says Coach Dean Smith, "and we 
certainly appreciate the support he has 
given our team." 

All athletic teams at Carolina are, 
indeed, fortunate in having Chancellor 
Sitterson on their side. The busy and 
often frantic schedule of being Chan- 
cellor of one of America's great Uni- 
versities does not interfere with his at- 
tendance at the major sports events on 
campus. 

The Chancellor not only turns out 
for the big football games on Saturday 
afternoon. He watches many of the 
practice sessions. Last year on the eve 
of several big games, Dooley asked him 
to speak to the players and Chancellor 
Sitterson gave them a fighting pep 
talk. 

Chancellor Sitterson has an ap- 
proach to college athletics that is basic 
and understandable. "I look at our 
athletic department in the same man- 
ner I might look at our English or his- 
tory department," he says. "I expect a 
certain amount of excellence. Athlet- 
ics on the college level should be ad- 
ministered properly and above re- 
proach. Out coaches are highly capable 
men. Out teams should perform ac- 
cordingly." 

This is Chancellor Sitterson's 43rd 
year on the Carolina campus. In 1927, 
he enrolled here as a student. He be- 
came the No. 1 man on the campus on 
May 9, 1966 when he was appointed 
to head the University. 

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The Chancellor 



Dr. Sitterson was a member of Phi 
Beta Kappa when he was a student 
here from 1927 until 1931. He re- 
ceived the M.A. degree here in 1932 
and the PhD. degree in 1937. He has 
been a member of the University facul- 
ty since 1935. 

Chancellor Sitterson's accomplish- 
ments in the field of education are 
many and varied. He is listed in: Who's 
Who in America; Who's Who in the 
South; Who Knows What; and the Di- 
rectory of American Scholars. 

He has recently received the Doctor 
of Literature degree from the Univer- 
sity of Chattanooga and the Doctor of 
Laws degree from Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity. 

Dr. Sitterson is Chairman of the 
Planning Committee of the National 
Association of Allergies and Infectious 
Disease Council, National Institute of 
Health, Department of Health, Educa- 
tion and Welfare. 

He is an enthusiastic and inspiring 
teacher. In 1954, the campus literary 
magazine, the Carolina Quarterly, 
identified him as one of the "Ten Out- 
standing Professors" as adjudged by 
students in the University. 

He was elected by his colleagues to 
be Chairman of the American Con- 
ference of Academic Deans in the 
years 1964 and 1965. It is one of the 
highest academic offices that can be 
held by a scholar and administrator in 
higher education in the United States. 

The American Conference of 
Academic Deans is composed of liberal 
arts and sciences administrators in the 
rank of dean, with representation from 
more than 500 of the leading colleges 
and Universities in the Association of 
American Colleges. 

Dr. Sitterson was chosen in 1958 
to be one of the 35 deans from 
throughout the nation to attend the 
Harvard University Institute for Col- 
lege and University Administrators, 
participating in a week-long discussion 
on faculty recruitment, faculty pro- 
motion, curriculum planning, budget 
policy and the decision-making func- 
tions of the academic dean. 



Chancellor Sitterson formerly was 
Dean of the College of Arts and 
Sciences and Dean of the General Col- 
lege here. He served in those capacities 
until 1965 when he was made Vice 
Chancellor of the University with 
authority over all the central campus, 
and also the schools in the Health Af- 
fairs area which includes Medical 
School, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy 
and Public Health. 







HOMER 
RICE 



Homer Rice nears the end of his first year as Director of 
Athletics at the University of North Carolina with the same 
philosophy he brought to the job— "to strive for excellence." 

Rice aimed to begin fulfilling a pledge "to have a program 
that students, faculty and alumni could be proud of from the 
day he accepted the position at the top of Carolina athletics. 
His first nine months on the job convinced all observers that 
he meant to live by his words. 

Rice, 42, is the third man to head the Carolina athletic 
program in 47 years. The late Coach Bob Fetzer was the first 
Tar Heel athletic director, serving from 1922 until 1951, and 
he was succeeded by Charles P. (Chuck) Erickson, who held 
the position until his retirement in May, 1968. 

Rice came to the Tar Heels from the University of Cincin- 
nati where the past two seasons he served as head football 
coach, capping an outstanding 1 8-year coaching career in high 
school and collegiate ranks. 

The new athletic director has made a legion of friends in 
North Carolina in his first seven months on the job. Newsmen 
have hailed Carolina's choice and Tar Heels everywhere have 
rallied to Rice's cause. 

Rice rolled up his sleeves and went to work here the same 
day he was appointed to the post. He listed a five-point phi- 
losophy which he says has contributed to his success and rapid 
rise in sports: 

1. Decide upon an objective— where you're going and what 
you want to be. 

2. Decide how the task can be accomplished. 

3. Set a target date. 

4. Visualize the objective. 

5. Believe in your method of achievement. 

A native of Ft. Thomas, Ky., Rice is the son of a Methodist 
minister. 



Homer Rice and His Wife With Daughters, Nancy, 18, 
Phyllis, 16, and Angela, 13. 



After serving with the Navy in the Pacific during World War 
II, he attended school at Centre College and made the Little 
All-America team as a quarterback with the football team. He 
received an A.B. degree from Centre College and was awarded 
B.S. and M.E. degrees at Eastern Kentucky State College. 

Following his graduation from college, Rice played three 
years of professional baseball in the old Brooklyn Dodger 
chain. Then he launched his career as a football coach. 

He first coached at Wartburg Central High School in Ten- 
nessee in 1951 and his first team there compiled a perfect 10-0 
record. He coached at Spring City High in Tennessee in 1952 
and 1953, winning 20, losing only one and tying one. 

Next came an eight-year stint at Highlands High at Ft. Tho- 
mas, Ky., and Rice's teams there won 71, lost only eight and 
tied six. In 1961, he received a national award as the "Win- 
ningest Football Coach in America." His overall high school 
record was 101 wins, nine losses and seven ties. 

Rice joined the University of Kentucky staff as head of- 
fensive coach in 1962 and spent four seasons there. Under his 
direction, the Kentucky team of 1965 finished first in the 
tough Southeastern Conference in total offense. 

He served one year as head offensive coach at the Univer- 
sity of Oklahoma in 1966 and the Sooners that year set Big 
Eight passing percentage records. Then he was named the head 
coach at the University of Cincinnati. In the midst of a big 
rebuilding program, his Cincinnati team of 1968 won five, lost 
four and tied one, the Bearcats' first winning season in several 
years. 

That 1 968 Cincinnati team was so explosive that it led the 
nation in pass offense, averaging 335.8 yards a game in the air. 
This was the second highest mark in National Collegiate 
Athletic Association history. 

Rice has authored two books on football. The first "How 
To Organize Football Practice" was published in 1 962 and the 
other "The Explosive Short-T" was published in 1963. 

The new Tar Heel chief is regarded as one of the finest 
public speakers in college athletics. He has made more than 
175 lectures at coaching clinics in the south, east and west 
coast. A Methodist Lay speaker, he is active in the Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes. 

Rice is married to the former Phyllis Wardrup, a native of 
Middlesboro, Ky., and an alumna of the University of North 
Carolina at Greensboro. Her brother Leo earned Phi Beta Kap- 
pa honors at Carolina. 

The Rices have three teenage daughters, Nancy, 18; Phyllis, 
16, and Angela, 13. 

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Smith 



The most successful young coach in college 
basketball! That's the tag which has been earned the 
hard way by 38-year-old Dean Smith of the North 
Carolina Tar Heels. 

When his team of last season won an unprece 
dented third straight Atlantic Coast Conference and 
Eastern championship, it capped eight years of blood, 
sweat and tears for the men in Carolina blue. 

History has a way of distorting the facts, but the 
truth is that Smith inherited a sagging basketball pro- 
gram when he took the Carolina head job in 1962. 
The Tar Heels were stymied by penalties that year 
which limited the team to a 16-game schedule and 
placed serious restrictions on recruiting outside the 
state of North Carolina. 

Smith rolled up his sleeves, went to work and 
somehow overcame all the problems. Through his 
shrewd planning and organizational ability, Carolina 
fought its way back to the top. He recruited such 
standout players as Bob Lewis, Larry Miller, Rusty 
Clark, Bill Bunting, Dick Grubar and Charlie Scott. 

And he won! 

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In the last three years alone, Smith teams have 
won 81 games while losing only 15. That's a winning 
percentage of .843 and not even the Mets, with their 
Divine guidance, can match that figure. 

Overall, in his eight-year coaching career at Caro- 
lina, Smith has scored 147 victories and lost only 60. 
Every team except his first posted a winning record. 

His 1967 and 1969 teams finished fourth in the 
nation while his 1968 team went all the way to finals 
before bowing to UCLA and Lew Alcindor. All three 
of those Carolina teams were ranked in the top four 
in the nation in final polls. 

Smith was chosen by sportswriters and sports- 
casters as Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the 
Year in both 1967 and 1968. He finished third in 
1968 and fifth last year in the balloting for a similar 
national honor. 

Dean Smith came all the way from Kansas to 
gain national fame in the little town of Chapel Hill. A 
native of Emporia, Kans., he attended the University 
of Kansas on an academic scholarship. He played 
fro'sh football and varsity basketball and baseball 
there and excelled in all three sports. 

Dean was an assistant coach at the Air Force 
Academy in 1958 when Frank McGuire brought him 
to Carolina as his assistant. When McGuire left the 
Tar Heels in 1961 to join the professional ranks, 
Smith was named the head coach. 

He credits four men with helping to mold his 
coaching philosophy. They are Dr. Phog Allen, under 
whom he played at Kansas; Dick Harp, also of Kan- 
sas; Frank McGuire, who brought him to Chapel Hill; 
and Bob Spear, under whom he worked as an assist- 
ant at the Air Force Academy. 

Basketball is the main part of Dean Smith's life, 
but actually his interests are varied. First of all, there 
is his family, a lovely wife, Ann, and three children, 
Sharon, 14, Sandra, 13, and Scott, 1 1. 

The coach is active in the Fellowship of Christ- 
ian Athletes. He serves as a member of the National 
Board of Directors of that organization. 

Smith has developed a keen interest in theology 
and reads every book he can find on the subject. He 
often takes time out from his hectic basketball sched- 
ule to have lunch with religion professors on campus 
and he finds their conversation stimulating. 

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Smith (right) with Assistants Bill Guthridge (left) and John Lotz 





Smith Relaxes At Grandfather Mountain 




In his spare time, Smith plays golf and tennis, 
spins records and reads books. He is a fine golfer and 
can shoot in the high 70s without much practice. He 
doesn't play tennis as often as he does golf, but he's 
competitive in the sport. Even in a friendly golf or 
tennis match, his competitive spirit shows. He hates 
to lose. 

His musical preference is jazz. He spins records 
by Nancy Wilson and June Christy on his car phono- 
graph and always turns up the speaker when he comes 
to a part he particularly likes. 

That car phonograph (and the car) are a present 
of admiring Carolina fans. After the 1968 season 
when Carolina won its second straight ACC and East- 
ern title, Tar Heel fans presented the coach with a 
Carolina blue Cadillac. He drives it with pride. 

But basketball is the real thing. Make no mistake 
about that. Smith lives the game. Last summer when 
he and his family vacationed for a week at a North 
Carolina beach, the coach took along his film and 
projector. After the family went to bed at night, 
Smith looked at the film of Carolina games. 

In just eight years, Smith has become one of the 
game's leading spokesmen. He is in great demand at 
clinics across the country and attended more than 20 
different sessions during the past year. He makes 
many other speaking engagements each year. He's an 
excellent and witty public speaker. 

He is a member of the National Basketball Rules 
Committee, the youngest man ever named to that 
group. The Coach recently completed a series of films 
on offensive basketball in connection with Sports Il- 
lustrated, the Ealing Corporation and the NCAA 
Film Service. This film will be shown at schools 
throughout the country. 

His own basketball school at Carolina each sum- 
mer is a booming success. It has attracted capacity 
enrollment each year since he has been the head 
coach. 

He currently is working on his first book on 
basketball. He has been writing the book for five 
years and insiders say it will be one of the most popu- 
lar books of its kind ever written. 

Smith is very close to his players and continues 
his relationship with them long after they have grad- 
uated. Almost daily, you can spot a former player, 
many of them now professional stars, in his office 
chatting. 

One more thing about Dean Smith. He's a real 
Carolina man. He is a great fan of Carolina football 
and pulls hard for the teams in other sports. He in- 
quires regularly about the batting averages of baseball 
players and the feats of Tar Heel trackmen. 

But basketball is his sport. And he's Mr. Basket- 
ball in our town. 



A Third Straight ACC Title Celebration 
for Smith and His Tar Heels. 



John Lotz 



John Lotz is a winner and he has the record to prove it. In 
his four years as an assistant coach on the Carolina basketball 
staff, the Tar Heels have scored 87 victories while losing only 
26 times. 

One of the most popular members of the Carolina athletic 
family, Lotz is set to start his fifth season with the same 
enthusiasm which has marked his entire career. He and Bill 
Guthridge will be co-assistants under Dean Smith. 

"John is one of the brightest young coaches in the game," 
says Smith. "I think I have the finest assistant coaches of any 
school in the country." 

Carolina teams in recent years have demonstrated fine 
marksmanship, finishing near the top in the nation in field goal 
percentage. Much of the credit for this fine shooting goes to 
Lotz. He is an expert teacher of shooting technique and spends 
a large part of his time at daily practices working individually 
with members of the squad. 

The 34-year-old Lotz was a shooting whiz himself when he 
played basketball at East Texas State. He also attended Baylor 
University, but did not play basketball there. 

A native of New York City, John began his coaching career 
at a high school in Norwich, N.Y. His team there won 15 
games after having won only one the previous year. The next 
year, Lotz moved to a new high school in Long Island, Massa- 
pequa. The first senior class there won the South Shore Cham- 
pionship under Lotz's direction. 

John spends a good deal of his time recruiting. He ranks as 
one of the finest in the country in this department. 

Lotz has a wide reputation as a goodwill ambassador of the 
University. In August, he went to Meridian, Miss., and took 
part in a telethon to raise money for the homeless victims of 
Hurricane Camille. He appeared on that telethon along with 
many show business personalities such as Bob Hope and little 
Eddie Hodges. 

Lotz is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and 
makes numerous speeches to groups in that organization 
around the nation. 

A bachelor, John is the brother of Danny Lotz, former Tar 
Heel basketballer who played on the 1957 National Champion- 
ship team. 




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Guthridge with current Frosh leaders George Karl (left} and Donn 
Johnston 

It seems that everything Bill Guthridge touches turns to 
gold. In two seasons as Carolina assistant coach, he has helped 
guide the Tar Heels to Atlantic Coast Conference and Eastern 
championships and his freshman teams have swept two Big 
Four titles. 

Guthridge has an amazing record as coach of the Carolina 
freshman team. His two-year record is 28 wins and only six 
defeats. He won the crown in 1968 with a squad which had 
only three scholarship players. 

The 31 -year-old Guthridge will coach the freshman team 
again this year and will continue his work as co-assistant coach 
of the varsity along with John Lotz. 

Guthridge was brought to Carolina by Coach Dean Smith 
when Larry Brown left the staff to play pro basketball. A 
native of Parsons, Kans., Bill played for Kansas State during 
the years it reigned as Big Eight champion— 1958, 1959 and 
1960. He was a starting guard. 

Following his graduation in 1960, he coached for two years 
at Scott City fligh in Kansas and then returned to his alma 
mater as assistant to the famed Tex Winter. 

During Guthridge's time on the Kansas State staff, the Wild- 
cats won 93 games and lost only 43. Four years ago, they 
advanced to the NCAA semifinals. 

The summer before he came to Carolina, Bill coached an 
AAU team in Puerto Rico. He was invited to coach the Puerto 
Rican team in the 1968 Olympic Games but had to turn down 
the offer because of the pressure of his work here. 

Guthridge was asked recently to wrhe a book on basketball. 
He is considering the offer which was made by The Parker 
Publishing Company. 

Smith rates Guthridge as one of the country's top young 
coaches. "I recognized long ago that Bill has an outstanding 
basketball mind," Smith says. "He's a winner and we're cer- 
tainly happy to have him on our side." 

Guthridge was married in October of this year to the form- 
er Leesie McWhorter. 



John Lacey 

Winning basketball teams and the work of athletic trainer 
John Lacey have been synonomous at the University of North 
Carolina since Lacey came to Chapel Hill 14 years ago. 

It was shortly after Lacey came to Carolina that the Tar 
Heels won the National Basketball championship in 1957. 
And, of course, Lacey has been trainer of the last three Tar 
Heel teams, all of which have gone to the National Finals. 

John was introduced to Carolina sports by the late Jim 
Tatum, who worked with Lacey at the University of Maryland. 
While he was at Maryland, the Terps won national champion- 
ships in football and lacrosse. 

Lacey trained two Maryland football teams which went to 
the Orange Bowl and one which played in the Sugar Bowl. At 
UNC, he worked with the 1963 team which beat the Air Force 
in the Gator Bowl. 

During his career, Lacey has worked for three professional 
teams: the Chicago Rockets, the Baltimore Colts, and the New 
York Yankees. He also served as head trainer for the U.S. 
Olympic basketball champions in the 1964 games in Tokyo. 

John attended high school in his hometown of Wallingford, 
Conn, and prepped at Tifton Academy in New York and at the 
Junior College of Therapy at New Haven. He also was a stu- 
dent in the Yale University Department of Health. 

Lacey is married to the former Barbara Koch of Walling- 
ford. 





Scott fires against Princeton in Garden. 



PRESS, RADIO AND TELEVISION INFORMATION 

Press coverage of Carolina basketball is among the largest to be 
found anywhere in the country. 

More than 45 radio stations in three states will carry the Tar Heel 
Basketball Network during the coming season. Bill Currie, The Mouth 
of the South who is sports director of WSOC-TV in Charlotte, will 
handle the play-by-play of all games. 

Currie also will be the M.C. throughout the season on The Dean 
Smith Show which will be televised each week on stations covering 
most of the state of North Carolina. The show is sponsored by The 
Coca Cola Bottling Company. 

The Carmichael Auditorium press box always is filled to capacity for 
home games. The sports writers of the big North Carolina dailies are 
regular guests and always are welcome in Chapel Hill. 

Working press credentials for Carolina home games can be secured 
by contacting Jack Williams, Sports Information Director. Requests are 
screened with care to insure a working press box. Children, wives and 
pets are not allowed in compliance with the working code of the 
Basketball Writers of America. 



10 



PROSPECTUS: 1969-70 



Riddled by the loss of five outstand- 
ing seniors, the North Carolina Tar 
Heels will be extremely hard-pressed to 
defend the Atlantic Coast Conference 
basketball championship which they 
have won for three straight years. 

The Tar Heels do have one of the 
nation's premier players in All-America 
Charlie Scott, a 6-5 jumping jack who 
led the team to fourth place in the na- 
tion last season. But Charlie's chief play- 
mates of last year are gone. 

Among the stars who graduated were 
Bill Bunting, the 6-8 shooting and de- 
fensive whiz who was all-conference last 
season; Rusty Clark, the 6-10 center 
who had a brilliant three-year career; 
and Dick Grubar, the 6-4 playmaker and 
quarterback of the Tar Heels. Two other 
seniors, valuable reserves Joe Brown and 
Gerald Tuttle, also have graduated. 

Coach Dean Smith, whose past 
three-year record is an amazing 81 wins 
and only 15 losses, says that because of 
the loss of these veterans he doesn't for- 
see a single area in which the Tar Heels 
can be improved. 

"Certainly not in rebounding," he 
says, "without big men like Clark and 
Bunting. On offense, it'll be awfully 
hard to duplicate a team shooting per- 
centage of 49.4 and we won't get as 
many second shots because of the lack 
of rebounding strength. Defensively, 
we'll again use a pressing man-for-man, 
but this can't be as effective with new 
men in the lineup." 

Smith, however, does fee! that Caro- 
lina will again have a good basketball 
team. "With tougher competition in the 
conference, we may be headed for a 
fight with Wake Forest and N.C. State 
for third place," Smith says. "South 
Carolina and Duke are clearly the pre- 
season favorites." 

The Tar Heel coach says that spots 
on the Carolina team will be wide open 
leading up to the first game. Lee Ded- 
mon, 6-10 center from Baltimore, Md.; 
Eddie Fogler, 5-1 1 guard from Flushing, 
N.Y.; and Jim Delany, 5-11 guard from 
South Orange, N.J.; are the more exper- 




Scott and Fogler (right) with some campus lovelies (L-R) Cindy Simpkins of Wilmington, N.C, 
Debbie Patterson of Chapel Hill, N.C, Fay Hauser of Winston-Salem, N.C, and Wanda Baxter of 
Greensboro, N.C. 



ienced players returning with the sensa- 
tional Scott. Other returning lettermen 
from last years championship team are 
6-7 Dave Chadwick from Orlando, Fla. 
6-0 Dale Gipple from Burlington, N.C. 
6-8 Don Eggleston of Charlotte, N.C. 
and 6-0 Richard Tuttle from London, 
Ky. 

Scott averaged 22.3 last season and 
was a great all-around performer. He 
capped the year with a 40-point per- 
formance against Duke in the ACC 
Tournament championship game and 
then got 32 and a winning basket in the 
last second against Davidson in the East- 
ern Regional final. 

Dedmon showed flashes of brilliance 
last year, but was not consistent. "With 
no proven big man to replace him, we'll 
count on Lee to give a more consistent 
performance," Smith says. 

Fogler started most of Carolina's 
games last season in the backcourt. He is 
not a talented scorei, but he excels as a 
ball-handler and passer. Delany came on 
in reserve last season to play well and 



help the Tar Heels pull out several close 
contests. 

Chadwick and Gipple will be given 
chances to start in the front and back- 
court respectively. The strength of the 
center position will depend on the pro- 
gress made by reserve holdover Don Eg- 
gleston and rising sophomore 6-9 Craig 
Corson. 

Carolina had a talented freshman 
team last season and any of the other 
four starters in addition to Corson on 
that club could figure prominently in 
Tar Heel plans this season. 

The other four freshmen are 6-4 Kim 
Huband of Wilmington, N.C; 6-5 Bill 
Chamberlain of New York, N.Y.; 6-5 
Dennis Wuycik of Ambridge, Pa.; and 
6-2 Steve Previs of Bethel Park, Pa. 

The Tar Heels have one big plus on 
their side heading into another season. 
Carolina has a great winning tradition, 
having swept three straight ACC crowns 
and an unprecedented three straight 
Eastern Regional Championships. 



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and Trainer John Lacey. 

Standing, left to right. Assistant Coach John Lotz, manager Ben Reid, Kim Huband, Bill Chamberlain, Dave Chadwick, Craig 
Corson, Lee Dedmon, Don Eggleston, Dennis Wuycik, Bill Chambers, Manager Leroy Upperman, Manager John Barrett, assistant coach 
Bill Guthridge. 



1969-70 U.N.C 



Name No. 

Chadwick, Dave 32 

Chamberlain, Bill 31 

Chambers, Bill 40 

Corson, Craig 43 

Dedmon, Lee 35 
Delany, Jim . . ... 22 

Earey, Mike 41 

Eggleston, Don 34 

Fogler, Ed 20 

Gipple, Dale 30 

Huband, Kim 42 

Previs, Steve 13 

Scott, Charlie 33 

Tuttle, Richard 12 

Wuycik, Dennis 44 



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Ht. 


Wt. 


Class 


Age 


Hometown 


Pos. 


6-7 


199 


Jr. 


20 


Orlando, Fla. 


F 


6-5 


181 


Soph. 


19 


New York, N. Y. 


F 


6-3 


190 


Soph. 


19 


Durham, N. C. 


F 


6-9 


219 


Soph. 


20 


Contoocook, N. H. 


F 


6-10 


214 


Jr. 


21 


Baltimore, Md. 


F 


6-0 


181 


Sr. 


21 


So. Orange, N. J. 


B 


6-6 


203 


Soph. 


19 


Chapel Hill, N. C. 


F 


6-9 


212 


Jr. 


20 


Charlotte, N. C- 


F 


6-0 


171 


Sr. 


21 


Flushing, N. Y. 


B 


6-1 


177 


Jr. 


20 


Burlington, N. C. 


B 


6-4 


176 


Soph. 


19 


Wilmington, N. C. 


F&B 


6-2 


183 


Soph. 


19 


Bethel Park, Pa. 


B 


6-6 


175 


Sr. 


21 


New York, N. Y. 


F&B 


6-0 


151 


Jr. 


20 


London, Ky. 


B 


6-5 


204 


Soph. 


19 


Ambridge, Pa. 


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New York, N. Y. 33 Front and Backcourt 

Height: 6-6 Weight: 175 Age: 22 



Here's one of the most honored players in Carolina history 
... He made four all-America teams last season while leading 
the Tar Heels to fourth place in the nation . . . After two 
seasons, he already ranks as the school's ninth best scorer ever 
with 1,276 points . . . Averaged 22.3 last season and led the 
team in assists with 108 ... Also did outstanding job as re- 
bounder, ranking third on team . . . Capped 1969 season with 
40 points against Duke in ACC championship game and got 32 
against Davidson in Eastern Regional final, hitting the winning 
basket at buzzer . . . Was MVP in both ACC and Eastern Re- 
gional Tournaments and made all-tourney team at Nationals 
... A highlight of his great career came when he represented 
Carolina on the U.S. Olympic championship team in Mexico 
City in 1968 . . . Charlie is proudest of fact that he hit 50.3 
percent of his shots last season . . . He's no gunner ... A fine 
student, he has highest scholastic average of all the UNC bas- 
ketballers ... He may study law, or could play pro ball. 



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PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Football 

Post School Ambition: Law School (Politics) 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Sidney Portier 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Julie Andrews 

Favorite Food: La Sagna 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Walt Frazier, Jimmy 
Walker 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Gold Medal Olympics '68 



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Flushing, N. Y. 20 Backcourt 

Height: 6 Weight: 171 Age: 21 



A starter as a junior last year, Eddie appears headed for a 
fine senior season . . . He's a clever player with a keen mind for 
basketball . . . Had 107 assists last year, only one less than 
team leader Charlie Scott . . . Also showed top form as defen- 
sive player with many key steals ... He averaged 5.1 a game as 
a scorer, but hit in double figures in some key wins ... He 
helps out in rebounding wars despite his size . . . Grabbed 52 
last season ... A strong candidate for top quarterback job on 
club . . . One of few players ever to make all-City team in New 
York his junior and senior years . . . Well-liked by his team- 
mates . . . Eddie is still undecided on future career ... He 
might decide to be a coach. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Sports 

Post School Ambition: Coaching 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Sidney Poitier 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Julie Andrews 

Favorite Food: Mother's home cooking 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Willie Mays 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning third straight ACC & Eastern 
NCAA Championships 








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South Orange, N. J. 22 Backcourt 

Height: 6 Weight: 181 Age: 21 



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A key reserve on last year's great team, Jim appears set for 
a banner senior year with the Tar Heels . . . Coaches say he was 
a key to victory in some important games last season, coming 
off bench to give the team spark . . . Played in 30 of 32 games 
in 1968-69 . . . Jim averaged only 2.6 a game in scoring, but 
contributed much on defense and playmaking . . . He's excep- 
tionally quick and has shifty moves . . . His Dad was an out- 
standing basketball coach and Jim took up the game at an 
early age . . . Wears No. 22, the number made famous by all- 
America Bob Lewis at Carolina ... He figures prominently in 
battling for a starting job in backcourt . . . Jim may enter 
government work following graduation. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Reading 

Post School Ambition: Law School 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): W. C. Fields 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Natalie Wood 

Favorite Food: Swordfish 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Tennis 

Sports Star you Most Admire: John Havlicek 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Winning ACC Championship Game against 
Duke 1969 



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Lee Dedmon 




Baltimore, Md. 35 Frontcourt 

Height: 6-10 Weight: 214 Age: 21 



A powerful force on last year's championship team, Lee 
played in all 32 games as a top reserve ... He now looms as 
starting center with hopes of filling the big shoes left vacant by I 
graduation of Rusty Clark . . . Averaged 8.7 points a game last 
season . . . Had season's high with 26 against N.C. State when 
he filled in for injured Clark . . . Lee also had 221 rebounds 
last year and played outstanding defense . . . He's quick for a 
big man and has good moves ... A highlight of his season last 
year was 19-point performance against Duke in the ACC finals, 
quite a feat for a sophomore . . . His play is amazing since he 
started basketball late, not playing until his junior year in high 
school . . . Had a tendency to foul too much last year, but 
coaches like his aggressiveness . . . Wants to play pro basket- I 
ball. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Coon Hunting, Cars 

Post School Ambition: Pro Ball 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Paul Newman 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Raquel Welsh 

Favorite Food: Any kind steak & seafood 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): hunting & 
fishing 

Sports Star you Most Admire: John Unitas 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): ACC & NCAA titles 



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Dave Cliadwick 

Orlando, Fla. 32 Frontcourt 

Height: 6-7 Weight: 199 Age: 20 

One of most improved players on club, Dave figures in the 
battling for a starting position ... He played in 20 games last 
season, scoring 41 points and grabbing 32 rebounds ... He has 
an excellent shooting touch, but still needs work on his de- 
fense . . . Was leading scorer on freshman team two years ago 
with 18.9 average . . . Hit 48.6 percent of his shots last season 
. . . Son of a minister and formerly lived in Winston-Salem 
before his family moved to Florida . . . Always hustles in prac- 
tice and is well-liked by his teammates . . . May choose a career 
working with youngsters in sports. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: All sports 

Post School Ambition: Undecided 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Alan Arkin 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Bette Davis 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf & Water 
Skiing 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Bradley & Jim Ryan 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Freshman Big 4 Championship 



Dale Gipple 



Burlington, N. C. 30 Backcourt 

Height: 6-1 Weight: 177 Age: 20 

A hot shooter from outside, Dale figures to see action with 
the Tar Heels this season ... He played in 20 of 32 games last 
season, usually for only a few minutes . . . Scored 22 points 
and had 13 rebounds . . . Was second leading scorer on fresh- 
man team two years ago with 17.6 average . . . Came to Caro- 
lina without a scholarship and made team on his own ... An 
excellent free throw shooter, he hit 10 out of 13 last season 
. . . Must work hard to improve his quickness and speed ... He 
has a good attitude, always hustles . . . Wants a career in busi- 
ness. 

PERSONALITY CHART 
Hobby: Golf 

Post School Ambition: Law School 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Paul Newman 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Natalie Wood 
Favorite Food: Steak & Fried Potatoes 
Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf, Baseball 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Oscar Robertson 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): ACC, Eastern Regional Championship 



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Don Eggleston 

Charlotte, N. C. 34 Frontcourt 

Height: 6-9 Weight: 212 Age: 20 



Coaches count on this young man to come through because 
his heighth is sorely needed . . . Don played some last season, 
appearing in 18 games briefly ... He grabbed 15 rebounds, but 
scored only five points . . . Was a prominent member of fresh- 
man team two years ago, scoring at 13.1 clip and pacing the 
team in rebounds . . . Needs to improve his overall play . . . 
He's a Morehead Scholar and one of outstanding students on 
the squad . . . Likes to play the piano in his spare time. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Sports, Piano 

Post School Ambition: Law 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Jimmie Stewart 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Kathryn Hepburn 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Tennis 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Arnold Palmer 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): ACC Championship, Eastern Regionals 





Richard Tuttle 



London, Ky. 

Height: 6-0 



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Weight: 151 



Backcourt 
Age: 20 



Played sparingly in 15 games last season ... Hit three of 
five shots from floor and had good free throw percentage with 
seven out of nine . . . Has good attitude and hustles . . . He's 
the brother of Gerald, who was a Tar Heel standout the past 
three seasons . . . Has four brothers and all have been fine 
athletes . . . Was quarterback on freshman team two years ago, 
averaging 12.6 points a game and pulling down 70 rebounds 
. . . Has a lot of basketball savvy . . . Must improve his consis- 
tency . . . He's majoring in business. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Basketball 

Post School Ambition: Business position 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Steve McQueen 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Kathryn Hepburn 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Baseball 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Russell 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Made All State 1967 




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Dennis Wuycik 



Ambridge, Pa. 

Height: 6-5 



44 Frontcourt 

Weight: 204 Age: 19 



Look who's wearing No. 44 now . . . It's the number form- 
erly worn by Tar Heel all-America Larry Miller . . . Dennis 
looms as a future Tar Heel star . . . He'll battle for a starting 
job this season . . . Was leading scorer on last year's champion- 
ship freshman team with 21.6 average and hauled down 152 
rebounds to rank third in that department . . . Has all the 
talent to be a future star . . . Good shooter, he hit an amazing 
59.9 percent of his shots with freshman last year . . . Was a 
teammate at Ambridge, Pa., of Dick Devincizo, the Duke star 
. . . Extremely popular with his teammates. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: None 

Post School Ambition: Pro Basketball, Business Field 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Steve McQueen 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Faye Dunnaway, AM 
McGraw 

Favorite Food: All foods 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Larry Miller, Joe Namath 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): High School State Championship 



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Steve Pre vis 



Bethel Park, Pa. 13 Backcourt 

Height: 6-2 Weight: 183 Age: 19 



Here's an outstanding prospect up from freshman team . . . 
Won coveted Butch Bennett Award as frosh player who con- 
tributed most to team morale last season ... A diiigent worker 
who hustles all the way . . . Was a sparkling performer on 
championship freshman team, scoring at 11.7 clip and hitting 
52.8 percent of his shots . . . Was quarterback of the team . . . 
Could be a contender for a starting berth as a sophomore . . . 
Has good shooting touch from outside and can drive . . . Plans 
to major in English. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Movies, Television, Sports Cars 

Post School Ambition: Acting Career 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Dustin Hoffman, 

Steve McQueen 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Catherine Deneuve 
Favorite Food: Steak 
Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Sports Car 

Racing 
Sports Star you Most Admire: John Havlicek 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Following the Varsity at Tournament time 

last year. 



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Bill 
Chamberlain 



New York, N. Y. 



31 



Frontcourt 



Height: 6-5 Weight: 181 Age: 19 

A leading player on last year's freshman team, Bill could 
develop into a future star . . . Was second leading scorer on 
team with 20.2 average and a shooting percentage of 50.2 . . . 
Also led frosh in rebounding with 161 in 18 games . . . Came 
to Carolina from Lutheran High on Long Island, same school 
which produced Chris Thomforde, the Princeton star of recent 
seasons ... A good jumper and has good touch around the 
basket . . . He'll battle for a starting job in frontcourt . . . Plans 
to major in English . . . Highly recruited, he chose North Caro- 
lina over Princeton ... A very popular student on campus. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Sports 

Post School Ambition: Undecided 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): James Coburn 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Dianne Carroll 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Walt Frazier 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning the Big Four Freshman Tourney 



Kim jHuband 

Wilmington, N. C. 42 Front and Backcourt 

Height: 6-4 Weight: 176 Age: 19 



A starter with frosh team last season, he averaged 9.3 points 
a game, hitting 52.6 percent of his shots from the field . . . 
Also pulled down 53 rebounds ... An exceptional outside 
shooter, he made most his baskets with frosh from long range 
. . . Was an all-state player at New Hanover High in Wilmington 
and led his team to state championship . . . Coaches say he 
could be a swing man with varsity, playing both in back and 
front court . . . One of most soft-spoken players on squad. 

PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Music, Art & Handicrafts 

Post School Ambition: Undecided 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Dustin Hoffman 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Julie Andrews 

Favorite Food: Roast Beef 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf, Football 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Bradley, Jerry West 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning State Championship Sr. Year 
High School 





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Confoocook, N. H. 
Height: 6-9 



43 

Weight: 219 



Frontcourt 
Age: 20 



Here's a young man who is heavily counted upon in Tar 
Heel plans . . . Either he or Don Eggleston must develop fast to 
give Carolina some depth at center position . . . Came to Caro- 
lina from prep school at New Hanover, N.H. . . . Did fair job 
with championship freshman team, scoring at 6.6 clip per 
game and grabbing 159 rebounds ... He was second in re- 
bounds behind Bill Chamberlain . . . Played a prominent role 
in some frosh wins . . . Undecided on future career. 



PERSONALITY CHART 
Hobby: All sports 
Post School Ambition: Business 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Steve McQueen 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Faye Dunaway 
Favorite Food: Seafood 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Soccer 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Russell 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 



college): Playing ball here at U.N.C. 




Mike Earey 



Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Height: 6-6 



41 

Weight: 203 



Frontcourt 
Age: 19 



A top reserve on last year's freshman team, he played in 14 
games, averaging 6.4 points a game and hauling down 44 re- 
bounds ... He played a prominent role in several key wins . . . 
Lacks experience to be a leading player on varsity . . . One of 
strongest men on squad ... A big star at Chapel Hill High he's 
the son of Pat Earey, the Carolina swimming coach . . . Came 
to Carolina without scholarship and made team on his own. 



PERSONALITY CHART 
Hobby: Sports 

Post School Ambition: Business 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Paul Newman 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Vanessa Redgrave 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Jerry West 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Playing Freshman Ball 



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Bill Chambers 



Durham, N. C. 40 Frontcourt 

Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 Age: 19 



Came to Carolina without a scholarship following brilliant 
career at Jordon High in Durham . . . Helped lead his high 
school team to state championship . . . Played a prominent 
role on last year's freshman team as reserve, coming in to help 
win several close games . . . Averaged 7.4 points a game with 
frosh and had 54 rebounds, appearing in all 18 games the team 
played . . . He's a top hustler . . . His heighth is a handicap in 
frontcourt. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Surfing, Golf 

Post School Ambition: Dental School 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Paul Newman 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Faye Dunnaway 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football, Golf 

Sports Star you Most Adimer: Havlick 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning State 3A Championship in High 
School 




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12 
17 
22 
30 
19 
20 
20 
17 
12 



343 
244 
271 
584 
386 
527 
313 
456 
542 
471 
652 
605 
575 
345 
697 
937 
7S7 
610 
750 
806 
707 
678 
651 
730 
828 
887 
864 
828 
817 
1200 
1336 
938 
894 
1173 
1483 
1970 
1433 
1452 
1605 
1652 
1767 



265 
208 
228 
555 
447 
426 
280 
307 
458 
472 
471 
448 
357 
448 
468 
569 
518 
419 
613 
643 
505 
517 
494 
528 
606 
720 
670 
670 
804 
934 
1050 
789 
834 
1020 
993 
1392 
1250 
1250 
1484 
1593 
1790 



12 15 1741 1794 
17 10 2014 1875 



Coach 

Nat Cartmell 
Nat Cartmell 
Nat Cartmell 
Nat Cartmell 
Charles Doak 
Charles Doak 
Howell Peacock 
Howell Peacock 
Howell Peacock 
Fred Boye 
Fred Boye 
Fred Boye 
Fred Boye 
Norman Shepard 
Monk McDonald 
Harlan Sanborn 
James Ashmore 
James Ashmore 
James Ashmore 
James Ashmore 
James Ashmore 
George Shepard 
George Shepard 
George Shepard 
George Shepard 
Walter Skidmore 
Walter Skidmore 
Walter Skidmore 
Walter Skidmore 
Bill Lange 
Bill Lange 
Bill Lange 
Bill Lange 
Bill Lange 
Ben Carnevale 
Ben Carnevale 
Tom Scott 
Tom Scott 
Tom Scott 
Tom Scott 
Tom Scott 

Tom Scott 
Frank McGuire 



Captain 

Marvin Ritch 

Junius Smith 

Ben Edwards 

Meb Long 

Meb Long 

John G. Johnson 

George Tennent 

George Tennent 

Reynolds Cuthberson 

Billy Carmichael 

Carlyle Shepard 

Cart Carmichael 

Monk McDonald 

Winton Green 

Jack Cobb 

Bill Dodderer 

Bunn Hackney 

Billy Morris 

Nap Lufty 

Puny Harper 

Artie Marpet 

Tom Alexander 

Wilmer Hinees 

Dave McCachren 

Stewart Aiken 

Jim McCachren 

Earl Ruth 

Earl Ruth 

Bill McCachren 

Ben Dilworth 

Geo. Glamack, Jim Howard 

Bob Rose 

Geo. Payne, Geo. McCachren 

(Game) 

(Game) 

Lew Hay worth 

Jim Hamilton, Jim White 

Bob Paxton 

Dan Nymicz 

Nemo Nearman 

Charlie Thorn, Hugo 

Kappler 
Howard Deasy 
Vince Grimaldi, Jack 

Wallace 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 

1968 
1969 

*8-Yr. 
Totals 




ll 

10 
18 
32 
19 
20 
18 
19 
8 
15 
12 
15 
16 
26 

28 
27 



1439 
1599 
1839 
2537 
1867 
1797 
1754 
1765 
1230 
1608 
1861 
1914 
2184 
2630 



1335 
1592 
1633 
2098 
1688 
1629 
1494 
1512 
1235 
1487 
1859 
1863 
2005 
2277 



4 2680 2316 

5 2844 2421 



Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Frank McGuire 
Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 

Dean Smith 
Dean Smith 



(Game) 

Paul Likens. Al Lifson 

Jerry Vayda 

Lennie Rosenbluth 

Pete Brennan 

Danny Lotz 

Harvey Salz 

Doug Moe, York Larese, 

Jim Hudoek 

Larry Brown, Yogi Poteet 

Charlie Shaffer, Mike Cooke 

Billy Cunningham 

Bob Bennett, John Yokley 

Bob Lewis, Tom 

Gauntlett 

Larry Miller 

Five Seniors 



936 504 70,597 66,606 



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UNC Coaches Through The Years 

No. 

No. Name Years Years Won Lost Pet. 

1. Nat Cartmell 1911-1914 4 26 23 .531 

2. Charles Doak 1915-1916 2 18 16 .529 

3. Howell Peacock .1917-1919 3 23 14 .622 

4. Fred Boye 1920-1923 4 46 27 .630 

5. Norman Shepard 1924 1 23 1.000 

6. Monk McDonald 1925 1 18 5 .783 

7. Harlan Sanborn 1926 1 20 5 .800 

8. James Ashmore 1927-1931 5 79 37 .681 

9. George Shepard 1932-1935 4 69 16 .812 

10. Walter Skidmore 1936-1939 4 65 25 .722 

11. Bill Lange 1940-1944 5 86 40 .622 

12. Ben Carnevale 1945-1946 2 52 11 .828 

13. Tom Scott . 1947-1952 6 100 65 .604 

14. Frank McGuire 1953-1961 9 164 58 .739 

15. Dean Smith 1962- 8 147 60 .722 

1969-70 BASKETBALL 



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Carolina 

Basketball 

Tradition 



The headlines tell the magic story: 

North Carolina the first team in history to win three con- 
secutive Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tourna- 
ment championships! 

North Carolina the first team in history to sweep the East- 
ern Regional NCAA championship three years in a row. 

North Carolina the only team besides national champion 
UCLA to be ranked in the nation's Top Ten each of the past 
three years. Carolina was either second, third or fourth each 
year, depending upon the poll. 

Those are the latest in a long line of achievements which 
have made the Carolina Tar Heels one of the all-time big names 
of collegiate basketball. 

Tn 58 years of cage competition, Tar Heel teams have won a 
whooping total of 936 games while losing only 404. Forty- 
nine of the school's 58 teams have had winning records. There 
has been only one team with a losing record in the past 15 
years. 

Twice— in 1924 and 1957— the Tar Heels won the national 
championship. Teams the past three years threatened to do it 
again, going to the National Semifinals in 1967 and 1969 and 
to the national finals in 1968. 

Rarely ever in the history of athletics in this state have any 
teams created the excitement of the Tar Heel cagers of the 
past three years. Those great teams, coached by Dean Smith, 
compiled an overall record of 81 victories and only 15 defeats. 
In the rugged Atlantic Coast Conference wars, the three-year 
Carolina record is 45 wins and only six defeats. And perhaps 
even more amazing is the fact that the Tar Heels have beaten 
Big Four rivals— N.C. State, Wake Forest and Duke— 23 times 
in the past 25 games. 

Basketball always has been a boom sport at Carolina. And 
the crowds which turn out to see the Tar Heels play are proof 
of the popularity of the team. 

Last season, the Tar Heels played before sellout crowds in 
29 of their 32 games. One game which wasn't a sellout was the 
clash with St. John's in the Holiday Festival at Madison Square 
Garden. The crowd that night was 18,476, less than a thou- 
sand short of capacity. The other two non-sellouts were the 
games against Georgia Tech in Atlanta and Maryland at College 
Park. 

Every game at Carmichael Auditorium is a complete sellout 
long before the season begins. The beautiful gymnasium, called 
"Blue Heaven," seats 8,800 and is regarded as one of the most 
comfortable arenas to be found anywhere. 

The University of North Carolina 




Carolina teams play big-name foes. The Tar Heels travel 
from coast to coast, meeting such perennial powers as UCLA, 
Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Ohio State, Purdue, Utah, Princeton, 
Indiana, Villanova, St. John's, Duquesne and many more. But 
nowhere is the competition tougher than in Carolina's own 
Atlantic Coast Conference. The teams in that league are Wake 
Forest, North Carolina State, Duke, Clemson, South Carolina, 
Virginia and Maryland. 

It is interesting to note that in rating systems, the Carolina 
schedule has been judged one of the ten toughest in America 
each of the past three years. 

The Tar Heels have had five all-America players in the last 
eight years. They are Doug Moe, current star of the Carolina 
Cougars of the ABA; Billy Cunningham, whiz of the Philadel- 
phia 76ers; Bob Lewis, now of the San Francisco Warriors; 
Larry Miller, a member of the All-ABA rookie team with the 
Los Angeles Stars last season; and the current Tar Heel sensa- 
tion, Charlie Scotv. 

Yes sir, basketball on The Hill is really big-time. The head- 
lines from 58 years of competition tell the story. 

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UNC 

EDUCATIONAL 

FOUNDATION 

With another promising basketball team on hand at Caro- 
lina, interest in the University's Educational Foundation con- 
tinues to increase. 

The Foundation's Executive Secretary, Ernie Williamson, 
reports that the boom brought on by the Tar Heels' highly 
successful basketball program and revived football operation is 
definitely paying dividends. 

"Things have been going very well in the last couple of 
years," says Williamson, "and we expect for the trend to con- 
tinue." 

He says a donation to the Educational Foundation is not 
specifically a donation to athletics. He contends that the high 
caliber young man who is awarded an athletic scholarship not 
only pays dividends on the playing field, but also is a great 
asset to the academic standards of the University. 

Williamson feels that the overall bonus is in helping a 
worthy young man obtain a college education. Athletics, while 
important, come second. 

Any donation to the Educational Foundation is welcome 
because the small donor of today is the Big Ram of romorrow. 
Membership in the Rams Club is confined to those who contri- 
bute $100 or more. 

There are plenty of benefits to contributing to the Educa- 
tional Foundation in addition to helping a scholar-athlete at- 
tend the University. A special room on the south wing of 
Kenan Field House serves as a meeting place for Rams and 
their families. The area is open two hours before a game and 
provides a lounge, picnic facilities and restrooms for those who 
come early. In the off season, other functions related to the 
Foundation are held here. 

Foundation members receive priority on seat locations for 
football and basketball games. "A foundation membership is a 




THE RAMS CLUB, Inc. 

PRESIDENT / Guy Andrews 
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT / S. Page Graham 
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT / Norman McCaskill 
THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT / Maurice Koury 
EXECUTI VE SECRETARY / Ernie Williamson 
TREASURER /W.R. (Bill) Cherry 




Ernie 
Williamson 



24 



The Educational Foundation is growing in popularity and effective- 
ness. It takes a big man to keep it running smoothly and "Big Ernie" 
Williamson fills the bill as executive secretary. 

Ernie was a Carolina graduate with A.B. and M.A. degrees. The 
Crewe, Va., native, played one season of football here under Carl Snave- 
ly and earned the reputation of being an outstanding tackle. 

He was lured away to play professional football and performed with 
Los Angeles and Washington before being sidelined for good with a 
knee injury. 

Ernie returned to Chapel Hill to finish work on his degrees then 
went to the University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., as an assistant 
football coach for two years and head football coach three years. 

He returned to Carolina in his present position in 1957. 

Williamson is married to the former Elva Smith of Lawrenceville, 
Va., and they have a son, Wayne, 21, and a daughter, Carole, 13. 



badge of prestige and loyalty to the University," Williamson 
says. "Many of our finest members, however, did not neces- 
sarily attend the University of North Carolina. They heard 
about our program and felt it was worthy." 

Williamson points out that a membership of any kind di- 
rectly helps earnest young men achieve an education. All dona- 
tions to the foundation are tax deductible. 

Current Rams Club Officers are Guy Andrews, President; S. 
Page Graham, First Vice-President; Norman McCaskill, Second 
Vice-President; Maurice Koury, Third Vice-President; William- 
son, secretary; and W.R. (Bill) Cherry, Treasurer. 

ORIGIN AND INCORPORATION 

Three loyal and athletic-minded University of North Caro- 
lina alumni met in the office of Secretary of State Thad Eure 
at Raleigh in December of 1938 and organized the Educational 
Foundation, Inc. 

They were John Umstead Jr. of Chapel Hill, Max Aber- 
nathy of Raleigh and Benton Stacy of Reidsville. 

A charter was drawn with these three men as the incorpora- 
tors and submitted to the late O. Max Gardner, who had his 
law firm clear it with the Internal Revenue Department as a 
charitable organization. The charter was issued December 7, 
1938. 

PURPOSE 

The purpose of the Educational Foundation, Inc., is to raise 
funds for providing scholarships or grants-in-aid at the Univer- 
sity to worthy and qualified high chool students with athletic 
ability. 

The Educational Foundation, Inc., operates on a dignified 
and realistic plane in compliance with all of the regulations of 
the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

It has the blessing and good will of all the University admin- 
istration and, in its unique field, occupies a status similar to 
that of the Business Foundation, The Medical Foundation, and 
other money-raising organizations working for the benefit of 
the University. 

The full amount of all donations of Foundation members is 
used for scholarships and grants. The organization has no ad- 
ministrative expense. 

1969-70 BASKETBALL 



Walter Rabb, a man of many talents, is in his ninth year as 
assistant athletic director at the University of North Carolina. 

A longtime Tar Heel favorite, Rabb filled in for eight 
months last year as acting athletic director before the Univer- 
sity appointed Homer Rice to the top post. 

In addition to the administrative position, Rabb also serves 
as baseball coach. His Tar Heels last spring won their fourth 
Atlantic Coast Conference championship since 1960. 

A native of Lenoir, N.C., Rabb graduated from North Caro- 
lina State University and attended graduate school at Carolina 
in 1940 and 1941. He joined the physical education staff here 
in 1942. 

Rabb became assistant baseball coach under the late Bunn 
Hearn in 1949 and inherited the top job upon Hearn's death in 
1957. Rabb actually directed most of the Tar Heels' baseball 
operations throughout the 1950s because of Hearn's failing 
health. 

Since taking the reins as head man, Rabb has directed the 
Tar Heels to 346 wins and only 141 losses for a winning per- 
centage of better than 72 percent. 

Coach Rabb was a fine baseball player at North Carolina 
State and later played professionally. He was noted as a slick 
fielding shortstop. 

A past president of the American Association of Baseball 
Coaches, Rabb also has been ACC Coach of the Year and in 
1966 was named District Three NCAA Coach of the Year. 

When he isn't busy in the Carolina athletic offices, Rabb 
usually can be found hunting or fishing. He's an expert at both 
sports. 

He is married to the former Amy Warren of Snow Hill, 
N.C., and they have a son, Walter, and a daughter, Amy. 



WALTER 
RABB 





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Charles P. (Chuck) Erickson, one of North Carolina's all- 
time great athletic figures, is busy as always on the Tar Heel 
scene. 

After serving for 16 years as Director of Athletics, Erickson 
resigned in May, 1968 and now plays an important role as 
Consultant and Advisor to the Department of Athletics. 

Under Erickson's direction, Carolina enjoyed its finest 
hours in sports. Most of the athletic facilities here, which rank 
among the best in the nation, are the result of his planning and 
direction. Erickson personally raised the money from support- 
ers and backers of the University for many of the building 
projects. 

Friends of the University showed their appreciation to 
Chuck last May at a testimonial dinner in his honor on the 
Carolina campus. He was presented a new car and a check to 
pay off most of his home mortgage. 

"It was a very big night for me," Erickson said later. "It 
showed again how loyal and great the Carolina fans are." 

Mr. Erickson first became known to Tar Heel fans more 
than 45 years ago when he was a halfback under Chuck Col- 
lins. He had come to Chapel Hill from Oak Park, 111. 

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and 
ventured away for a time to enter business. But Erickson had 
grown to love Chapel Hill and he came back to stay in the 
early 1930s. 

In his career at Carolina, he has done a little bit of every- 
thing. He's been a football coach; assistant graduate manager 
of athletics; fund raiser; scout; and recruiter. 

Mr. Erickson is married to the former Mildred Wanell and 
they're proud of their daughter, Susan, and two lovely grand- 
children. 




CHUCK 
ERICKSON 



The University of North Carolina 



25 




Games 

Akron Goodyear 1 

Alabama 5 

Appalachian 1 

Arizona 1 

Army 3 

Atlanta Athletic Club 1 

Atlantic Christian College 4 

Atlantic White Flash 2 

Basic Training Center No. 10 1 

Boston College 1 

Bradley 1 

Butler 1 

Camp Butner 1 

Camp Butner 12th Reg. Div . 1 

Camp Jackson 1 

Camp Lee 2 

Camp Pickett 1 

Canisius 1 

Catawba 10 

Catholic University 3 

Charlotte Monograms 4 

Charlotte Y.M.C.A 7 

Cherry Point M.A.B 2 

Cincinnati 1 

Citadel 10 

Clemson 55 

Columbia 2 

Columbia Air Base (S.C.) 1 

Creighton 1 

Crescent Athletic Club 2 

Dartmouth 2 

Davidson 66 

Dayton 1 

DePaul 1 

Drake 1 

Duke 114 

Duquesne 1 

Durham Y.M.C.A. 30 

East Carolina 1 

Eastern Kentucky 1 

Eatman-Smith of Greensboro 1 

Elon 21 

Emory & Henry 2 

Florence Air Base 1 

Florida 4 

Florida State 4 

Fordham 2 



Ft. 
Ft. 
Ft. 
Ft. 



Bragg Airborne O.C 1 



Bragg Personnel Center . 1 

Bragg Reception Center . 4 

Jackson 1 

Furman 10 

Georgetown 2 

George Washington 9 

Georgia 11 

Georgia Tech 5 

Greensboro O.R.D 2 

Greensboro Y.M.C.A 4 

Guilford 25 

Hampden-Sydney 1 

Hanes Hosiery 9 

Harvard 2 

High Point College 7 

High Point Hawks 1 

High Point Y.M.C.A 2 

Holy Cross 2 

Houston 1 

Illinois 1 

Indiana 4 

Kansas 3 

Kansas State 2 

Kent State 1 

Kentucky 12 

LaSalle 1 

Leaksville Y.M.C.A 1 

Lehigh 1 

Lenoir Rhyne 2 

Little Creek Amph. Base 1 

Louisiana State : 6 



UNC 
Won 

\ 
3 
1 
1 


3 
2 

1 



1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

I 
10 

3 

3 

6 

1 

1 

10 
49 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 
57 






61 

1 
1!) 

1 



1 
17 

2 

1 

3 

4 

1 

1 

1 

2 


10 



3 

7 

4 

1 

4 
23 

1 

6 



7 

i 

2 

1 





I 

3 

1 

1 

8 



1 

1 

1 



4 



UNC 
Lost 


2 



3 
1 
1 

1 
n 
1 
1 

c 









1 
1 
1 



6 





1 
1 

9 

1 

1 

1 
53 


11 



1 


4 



1 



1 



2 
1 

2 
6 
4 
1 
1 

2 

3 
2 




1 
1 

1 

3 


1 
II 
4 
1 



1 
1 

2 



UNC 
Pts. 

32 
261 

58 

60 

67 

18 
186 
112 

40 

96 

66 

20 

43 

46 

37 
105 

64 

87 
563 

99 
128 
298 

97 

90 

814 

3854 

159 

47 

72 

62 
156 
3053 

62 

53 

84 
5955 

79 
1006 

79 

62 

70 
798 

83 

41 
221 
382 

75 

65 

44 
156 

53 
723 

49 

505 

485 

401 

137 

212 

1090 

64 

495 

59 

425 

43 

63 

156 

62 

66 

30-] 

192 

137 

107 

750 

62 

59 

62 

146 

46 

398 



Opp. 
Pts. 

31 

249 
49 
49 

115 
34 

102 
73 
53 
80 
79 
43 
41 
35 
30 
39 
46 
75 

340 
75 

111 

228 
70 
88 

536 
3114 

126 
35 
64 
64 

136 

2308 

76 

60 

104 

5899 

78 

773 
66 
85 
28 

425 
38 
19 
152 

296 
67 
33 
20 

129 
57 

500 
74 

505 

405 

330 

103 
88 

572 
5 

460 
63 

197 
21 
35 

155 
84 
86 

343 

172 

129 
83 

748 
65 
12 
58 

130 
60 

350 



UNC UNC UNC Opp. 

Games Won Lost Pts. Pts. 

Louisville 1 1 19 27 

Loyola (Baltimore) 1 1 66 47 

Loyola (Chicago) 2 1 1 101 83 

Lynchburg 3 3 112 69 

Lynchburg Athletic Club 1 1 23 38 

Lynchburg Elks 2 1 1 58 78 

Lynchburg Y.M.C.A 1 1 34 42 

Lynn All-Stars (Raleigh) 1 1 43 32 

Maryland 79 51 28 4367 4018 

Maryville 1 1 39 24 

McCrary Eagles (Asheboro) 6 6 295 232 

Mercer 2 2 68 45 

Miami (Fla.) 2 2 121 114 

Michigan State 2 1 1 132 145 

Milligan 1 1 35 42 

Minnesota 2 2 145 132 

Mississippi 2 1 1 70 57 

Mississippi A&M 3 3 114 64 

Mississippi College 1 1 28 21 

Mississippi State 1 1 84 80 

Morris Field Flyers 1 1 51 29 

N. C. State 117 74 43 5833 5374 

N. Y. Athletic Club 1 1 38 32 

New York U 17 7 10 991 994 

Navy 18 5 13 666 776 

Norfolk N.A.S 2 2 68 124 

Norfolk N.T.S 1 1 43 56 

Northwestern 2 1 1 129 129 

Notre Dame 8 7 1 545 504 

Ohio State 5 4 1 352 320 

Oklahoma A. & M 1 1 40 43 

Oregon 2 2 195 151 

Oregon State 2 1 1 121 126 

Pennsylvania 2 1 1 114 116 

Penn State 1 1 93 63 

Pittsburgh 1 1 20 26 

Princeton 9 5 4 552 523 

Purdue 1 1 65 92 

Raleigh Y.M.C.A 3 2 1 99 68 

Randolph Macon Academy ... 2 2 81 31 

Rhode Island State 2 2 129 158 

Richmond 5 4 1 413 318 

Richmond Air Base 1 1 42 35 

Roanoke 2 1 1 31 62 

Rutgers 1 1 22 25 

Salisbury Y.M.C.A 2 1 1 73 43 

Seton Hall 1 1 63 73 

Seymour Johnson Field 1 1 48 42 

Southern California 2 1 1 116 103 

South Carolina 67 51 16 4372 3688 

St. Bonaventure 1 1 91 72 

St. John's 1 1 70 72 

St. Joseph's 5 2 3 181 179 

St. Louis 2 1 1 115 116 

Stanford 1 1 87 78 

Statesville Athletic Club 2 2 85 44 

Staunton Military Academy .2 2 69 26 

Syracuse 1 1 67 58 

Temple 3 1 2 188 196 

Tennessee 4 3 1 176 174 

Trinity 10 8 2 315 219 

Tulane 7 6 1 428 301 

UCLA 1 1 55 78 

Utah 3 3 273 245 

V M. I. 37 33 4 1471 996 

V P I. 47 37 10 2220 1726 

Vanderbilt 6 4 2 392 366 

Villanova 3 3 242 191 

Virginia 81 57 24 4452 3855 

Virginia Christian 2 2 85 38 

Viscose Club 1 • 26 25 

Wake Forest 121 86 35 6290 5627 

Washington & Lee 34 22 12 1275 1126 

West Carolina 1 1 77 59 

West Virginia 5 5 325 377 

William & Mary 12 11 1 847 646 

Wofford 2 2 95 49 

Woodberry Forest 2 2 58 32 

Xavier 1 i 58 92 

Yale 4 3 1 298 248 



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1969-70 BASKETBALL 



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THE 
GREATEST 
PLAYERS 

From Cobb to Rosenbluth, from the "Blind Bomber" to 
the "Kangaroo Kid," from Dillon to Scott. The list of basket- 
ball greats at the University of North Carolina is an all but 
endless one. 

And not only has Carolina produced great college players, 
but many of them have gone on to become professional stand- 
outs in either the National Basketball Association or the Amer- 
ican Basketball Association. 

During the past year, all-time baseball and football teams 
have been picked by sportswriters, fans, and coaches. Selecting 
an all-time Carolina basketball team, however, would be virtu- 
ally an impossibility. So many great players have worn the 
Carolina blue and white, no one could begin to decide v/ho the 
five best players in Tar Heel history are. 

Basketball first became a varsity sport at UNC in 191 1 and 
it took only 13 years for Carolina to win a national champion- 
ship. The 1924 Tar Heels posted a 23-0 record and were voted 
the finest team in the land. 

Jack Cobb, a member of the Helms Basketball Hall of 
Fame, Cartwright Carmichael, and Monk McDonald were the 
key men on that team and are still talked about when the 
older natives of Chapel Hill get together to reminisce about 
days gone by in the village. 

In those days the game was completely different from the 
one that is played today. It was much slower and more meth- 
odical. However, old-timers claim Cobb, Carmichael, and 
McDonald were superb athletes and would be just as good 
today as back then. 

While Carolina did not have an Ail-American star like Cobb 
or Carmichael in the 1930's, the Tar Heels did have some 
outstanding players. Ivan (Jack) Glace, Earl Ruth, Virgil 
Weathers, and Tom Alexander made the All-Southern Confer- 
ence team during that decade. 



Lennie Rosenbluth 



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Doug Moe (left) of the Carolina Cougars, Dick Grubar of the Indiana Pacers, and 
Billy Cunningham of the Philadelphia 76ers. 



One of the great legends in sports grew on the UNC campus 
in the early 1940's— the story of George Glamack, the "Blind 
Bomber." Glamack's eyesight was terrible; he could barely see 
the basket while right under it. 

However, he developed the uncanny sense of knowing 
where the hoop was in relation to his position on the court. He 
perfected a hook shot, which he tossed with either hand and 
with great accuracy, and was an Ail-American in 1940 and 
1941. He was named Helms Player of the Year in 1941 and is 
in the Hall of Fame. 

All-American John "Hook" Dillon was the star of the 1946 
Carolina team which finished second in the nation to Okla- 
homa A&M. However, he had an excellent supporting cast in 
Jim Jordan, Jim White, Bob Paxton, and Bones McKinney, 
later a successful college coach at Wake Forest and now the 
coach of the Carolina Cougars of the ABA. 

Eleven years later the Tar Heels again went to the NCAA 
championships, but this time won the title. All-American Len- 
nie Rosenbluth was the big man on that club which went 32-0. 
Rosenbluth was the College Player of the Year. He still is the 
all-time leading scorer in UNC history. 

Rosenbluth was not a one-man team, however. The Tar 
Heels had a well-balanced squad. Other starters on that team 
were Pete Brennan, Bob Cunningham, Tommy Keams, and Joe 
Quigg. Danny Lotz was the valuable sixth man. 

It was Quigg's two free throws with six seconds left in the 
third overtime of the championship game which lifted the Tar 
Heels to the national title, 53-52, over Wilt Chamberlain and 
his Kansas teammates. 



Some of the finest players in UNC's history walked the 
Chapel Hill campus in the 1960's. Lee Shaffer, a '60 graduate, 
ranks as one of the greatest scorers ever at Carolina. He later 
was an all-star performer in the NBA with the Syracuse Na- 
tionals. 

York Larese and Doug Moe also starred for Carolina in the 
early part of the decade. Larese was one of the greatest free- 
throw shooters in the college game, played professionally, and 
now coaches the New York Nets of the ABA. 

Moe was an All-American in 1961 and was the top draft 
choice of the NBA Chicago Bulls. Instead of signing with the 
Bulls, however, he played in the Italian AAU league and event- 
ually joined the New Orleans Bucs of the ABA. Moe has been 
an all-pro since the league's inception and now is starring for 
the Carolina Cougars. 

Like Moe, Larry Brown is another former Tar Heel who is a 
super-star in the ABA. Before joining the pros. Brown played 
AAU basketball and was on the victorious 1964 U.S. Olympic 
basketball team. Although only 5-10, Brown has been a stand- 
out in the ABA and is currently playing with the Washington 
Caps. 

The "Kangaroo Kid," Billy Cunningham, is still another 
UNC product who has become a professional great. Cunning- 
ham was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection in 1963, 
1964, and 1965. In his senior year he was an All-American. 
Cunningham is now an all-star forward for the NBA's Philadel- 
phia 76ers. 

For each of the past three seasons, Carolina has gone to the 
National Championships. The men who have played on these 



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Z.eff fo right: Larry Miller of the Los Angeles Stars, Larry 

Brown of the Washington Caps, Bobby Lewis of the 

San Francisco Warriors, and below. Bill Bunting of the Cougars. 

teams' certainly rank among UNC's best ever. Bob Lewis, a 
1967 graduate, starred" for the first of those teams. Lewis was a 
sensational outside shooter and once scored 49 points in a 
game— a school record. Lewis now plays for the San Francisco 
Warriors of the NBA. 

Larry Miller, a first team All-America his senior year, play- 
ed on the first two of those teams. He has won more honors 
than any Tar Heel in history and twice was named ACC Player 
of the Year. Miller, who may have been the most exciting 
player ever to perform at UNC, now plays for the ABA's Los 
Angeles Stars. 

Bill Bunting, Dick Grubar, and Rusty Clark were starters on 
all three of those clubs. Bunting had a brilliant senior year and 
now is with the Carolina Cougars. 

Grubar, a flashy guard who now is an Indianapolis Pacer in 
the ABA, may have been the most popular athlete in Carolina 
history. He always was at his best in the clutch. Clark, a 6-10 
center, was felt by many to be the key man on those teams 
and always seemed to play especially well when faced with a 
formidable opponent. 

Even today there is a player on the Carolina team who 
ranks among the greatest of all time-Charlie Scott. Scott star- 
red for the victorious 1968 U.S. Olympic team, made several 
All-America teams last year, and is a consensus pick for All- 
America honors this year. 

Yes, the list of Tar Heel greats is a long one. And the honor 
roll is certain to continue growing as long as the game is played 
in Chapel Hill. 



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UNC BASKETBALL LETTERMEN SINCE 1961 



NAME 



CLASS DEGREE 



GRADUATE WORK 



PRESENT POSITION 



HUGH DONOHUE 


'62 


AB (History) 




JIM HUDOCK 


'62 


BS (Ind. Relations) 


Dental '67 


HARRY JONES 


'62 


AB (Philosophy) 


MA Phil. '63; Ph.D. *70 


DON WALSH 


'62 


AB (Pol. Sci.) 


Law '65 


LARRY BROWN 


'63 


AB (History) 




CHARLES BURNS 


'63 


AB (Sociology) 




PEPPY CALLAHAN 


'63 


AB (Math) 


MA (Math) '64 


DIETER KRAUSE 


'63 


AB (Sociology) 




YOGI POTEET 


'63 


AB (Sociology) 


ME (Education) '65 


RICHARD VINROOT 


'63 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 


Law '68 


MIKE COOKE 


'64 


AB (English) 




ART KATZ 


'64 


AB (Phy. Ed.) 


MA (Education) '66 


CHARLES SHAFFER 


'64 


AB (Hist. & Eng.) 


Law '67 


BRYAN McSWEENEY 


'64 


AB (Pol. Sci.) 


Graduate Work, Pol. Sci 


BILL CUNNINGHAM 


'65 


AB (History) 




BILL BROWN 


'65 


AB (History) 


Law '68 


BILL GALANTAI 


'65 


AB (History) 


Physical Educ. 


PUD HASSELL 


'65 


AB (History) 


Law '68 


RAY RESPESS 


'65 


BS (Ind. Rel.) 




BOB BENNETT 


'65 


AB (Pol. Sci.) 


Law '69 


BILL HARRISON 


'65 


BS (Ind. Rel.) 


MBA (Bus. Adm.) '67 


RAY HASSELL 


'66 


AB (History) 




MIKE IANNARELLA 


'66 


AB (English) 


MA (Eng.) '67, Ph.D. '70 


JIM MOORE 


'66 


AB (Psychology) 


Psychology 


MIKE SMITH 


'66 


AB (Math) 




JIM SMITHWICK 


'66 


AB (Chemistry) 


Medicine '70 


JOHN YOKLEY 


'66 


BS (Ind. Rel.) 




BOB LEWIS 


'67 


AB (Sociology) 




IAN MORRISON 


'67 


BS (Soc. Welfare) 


(Florida State) 


TOM GAUNTLETT 


'67 


AB (Pol. Sci.) 


Law 


MARK MIRKEN 


'67 


AB (History) 


Law 


DONNIE MOE 


'67 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 




LARRY MILLER 


'68 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 




JIM FRYE 


'68 


AB (Pol. Sci.) 


Law School (Nights) 


GREG CAMPBELL 


'68 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 




RALPH FLETCHER 


'68 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 


MBA (Bus Adm.) '70 


RUSTY CLARK 


•69 


AB (Zoology) 


Medicine '73 


DICK GRUBAR 


'69 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 




BILL BUNTING 


'69 


AB (History) 




JOE BROWN 


'69 


BS (Bus. Adm.) 




GERALD TUTTLE 


l 69 


AB (Education) 





Detective, Youth Div., N.Y.C. 

Dentist, Kinston, N. C. 

Ph.D. Candidate 

Assistant Coach, U.S.C. 

Pro Basketball (ABA) Washington 

Burlington Industries (Personnel) 

Captain, U S. Air Force 

Captain, U. S. Army 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Charlotte, N. C. 

Reg. Mgr., Blue Bell Mfg. Co. 
Washington, D. C 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

Broker, Wall St., N.Y.C. 

Pro Basketball (Phila. 76ers, NBA) 

Lawyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Raleigh, N. C. 

Personnel, N. C. State Government 

Lawyer, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Chase Manhattan Bank, N. Y. 

Salesman, Pharmaceutical Co. 

Ph.D. Candidate 

U. S. Army 

Humble Oil Co., New Orleans 

Medical School 

Furniture Mfg., Mt Airy, N. C. 

Pro Basketball (San Francisco) NBA 

Military Service 

Payne Printery, Dallas, Pa. 

Law Student 

Military Service 

Pro Basketball (L.A. Stars) ABA 

Coach & Teacher 

Military Service 

Graduate Student 

Medical School 

Pro Basketball (Ind. Pacers) ABA 

Pro Basketball (Carolina Cougars) 
ABA 

Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh, N. C. 

Military Service 



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The Tar Heel Opponents 



Florida Southern 



LOCATION: Lakeland, Fla. 

NICKNAME: Moccasins 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Scarlet & White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 1,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Tom Greene 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Hal Waters 

HOME COURT: George W. Jenkins Field House (4,100) 

HEAD COACH: Tom Greera 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 13, won 145, lost 148 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 13-12 

SERIES RECORD: None 



Monday, December 1 at Chapel Hill 



/) 4-1 I Wlth 3 starters and a 6th man 

UUtiOOK graduated, Fla. Southern faces 

rebuilding season. 6 lettermen return, but Joshua 
High will miss first part of season due to a knee 
operation. He averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds a 
game last season. Southern faces a difficult sched- 
ule having recruited heavily on the junior college 
circuit. 




Mercer 



LOCATION: Macon, Ga. 

NICKNAME: Bears 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Orange & Black 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 1,950 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Zeb B. Vance 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: James Paine 

HOME COURT: Porter Gym (2,000) 

HEAD COACH: Robert E. Wilder 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 13 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 14-12 

SERIES RECORD: None 



Wednesday, December 3 at Chapel Hill 



Outlook 



Lost two experienced guards 
—38 points per game total. 

General outlook is for a rebuilding year— young 

inexperienced players. 




Coach Robert E. Wilder 
Bruce Gordy 




The University of North Carolina 



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Kentucky 

Monday, December 8 at Charlotte 



Outlook 



Coach Adolph Rupp 
Mike Pratt 



The Wildcats will be without 
the services of All-Conference 
guard Mike Casey, who received a broken leg in an 
auto accident last summer. Coach Rupp will be 
amply staffed by experienced veterans, however, as 
All-America Dan Issel, All-SEC Mike Pratt and All- 
SEC Soph Larry Steele return. Up from a fine 
frosh team are guards Kent Hollenbeck and Stan 
Key, forwards Tom Parker and Randy Noll and 
center Mark Soderberg. 




LOCATION: Lexington, Ky. 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Southeastern 

COLORS: Blue & White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 26,920 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Harry C. Lancaster 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Russell Rice 

HOME COURT: Memorial Coliseum (11,500) 

HEAD COACH: Adolph Rupp 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 39, 
won 810, lost 175 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 22-5 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 8, Kentucky 4 




Florida State 



Saturday, December 1 3 at Greensboro 



Outlook 



Florida State figures to have 
its strongest basketball team in 
history this season. Leading the returnees is All- 
America center candidate Dave Cowens, sixth in 
the country last year in rebounding with a 17.5 
average. He also averaged 20.3 points. Another re- 
turn is junior guard Skip Young, with a 15 point 
average last year. Three newcomers have a good 
chance to break in the starting lineup. They in- 
clude sophomores Ron Harris and Rowland Garrett 
along with junior college transfer Vernell Ellzy. 
Garrett averaged 25.7 points and 20.2 rebounds as 
a freshman. 



LOCATION: Tallahassee, Florida 

NICKNAME: Seminoles 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 17,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Vaughn Mancha 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Lonnie Burt 

HOME COURT: Tully Gym (5,000) 

HEAD COACH: Hugh Durham 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 3, 
won 48, lost 31 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 18-8 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 4, Florida State 



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Virginia 



Tuesday, December 16 at Charlottesville, Va. 
Tuesday, February 3 at Chapel Hill 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Va. 

NICKNAME: Wahoos, Cavaliers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Orange & Blue 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 9,600 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Steve Sebo 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Barney Cooke 

HOME COURT: University Hall (7,600) 

HEAD COACH: Bill Gibson 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 6, won 50, lost 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 10-15 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 52, Virginia 23 



Outlook 



The Cavaliers will be hard 
pressed to improve on last 
year's 10-15 overall mark and sixth place 5-9 mark 
in the tough ACC unless a good freshmen contin- 
gent can overcome inexperience quickly. Gone are 
six lettermen. Sophomore center prospect, 6-10 
Scott McCandlish, will be called on immediately to 
give Virginia a helping hand. 




Coach Bill Gibson 
Chip Case 



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Tulane 



Saturday, December 20 at New Orleans, La. 



LOCATION: New Orleans, La. 

NICKNAME: Green Wave 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Olive Green and Sky Blue 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 8,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Dr. Rix N. Yard 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bill Curl 

HOME COURT: Tulane Gym (5,000) 

HEAD COACH: Ralph Pedersen 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 5, 
won 50, lost 74 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 12-14 
SERIES RECORD: UNC 3, Tulane 



Outlook 



Tulane will field a young team 
this winter, with just two 
starters returning. John Sutter, 6-8 cornerman, was 
last year's third-highest scorer with an 11-7 average 
as a sophomore. Harold Sylvester, who also started 
as a sophomore, led the team in rebounding last 
season and scored 10.7 points per game. Sylvester 
is a 6-6 post man in Tulane's V offense. Other 
experienced players returning are Greg Robers, 6-7 
forward; Ned Reese, 6-0 guard; Dennis Riddle, 6-7 
center; and Mike Henry, 5-10 guard. Mike Billings- 
ley, 6-0 redshirt sophomore, should fit into guard 
picture. Eight seniors have graduated, including 
three who started for three seasons, leaving large 
gaps to fill. In all probability, Tulane will continue 
to be a high scoring outfit (averaged 88.2 pts. per 
game last year) and will field a team with a good 
shooting eye (hit 46.9 per cent as a team). The 
schedule is a tough one, with no less than five of 
last year's NCAA tourney teams included— North 
Carolina, Miami of Ohio, Drake, Marquette, and 
Notre Dame. 




Coach Ralph Pedersen 
Ned Reese 




The University of North Carolina 



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Rice 



Coach Don Knode 
Tom Myer 




Monday, December 22 at Houston, Texas 
Saturday, January 3 at Charlotte 

/i i/ A a// Improving Rice in a rebuilding 

program has had a better re- 
cord each season under Don Knodel, in fourth year 
with Owls after being an aide at cage power Van- 
derbilt. 8 lettermen return after a first division fin- 
ish (tie for fourth), and the Owls could be a South- 
west Conference title threat. Sharpshooter 6-1 for- 
ward-guard Tom Myer is top scoring returnee, 
while 6-8 Steve Wendel at center, 6-6 forward Jim 
Naples among better Owls, along with 6-2 guard 
Gary Reist. Top sophs include 6-6 Ted Melady, 
all-SWCfrosh last winter. 



LOCATION: Houston, Texas 

NICKNAME: Owls 

CONFERENCE: Southwest 

COLORS: Blue and Gray 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 2,200 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Bo Hagan 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bill Whitmore 

HOME COURT: Autry Court (6,200) 

HEAD COACH: Don Knodel 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 3, won 25, lost 47 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 10-14 




Harvard 



Monday, December 29 and Tuesday, December 30 
at Greensboro (the Carolina Classic) 



Outlook 






Coach Robert W. Harrison 
Ernest Hardy 




Bob Harrison feels his second 
Harvard team doesn't figure to 
be an Ivy contender, but it could be a trouble- 
maker. Harrison hopes to improve on last year's 
7-18 mark and will bank on veterans, Ernest 
Hardy, Dale Dover and Mike Janczewski for experi- 
ence. Sophomore Matt Bozek could develop into a 
floor leader while newcomers Brian Newmark, 
Wayne Clapp, and Bill Newkirk provide depth up 
front. The Crimson will have to improve at the foul 
line and cut down on personal fouls if it hopes to 
move towards the top of the League. 



LOCATION: Cambridge, Mass. 

NICKNAME: Crimson 

CONFERENCE: Ivy League 

COLORS: Crimson 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 4,834 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Adolph W. Samborski 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Baaron B. Pittenger 

HOME COURT: Indoor Athletic Building (1,200) 

HEAD COACH: Bob Harrison 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 1, won 7, lost 18 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 7-18 

SERIES RECORD: None 



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1969-70 BASKETBALL 






Southern Illinois 

Monday, December 29 and Tuesday, December 30 
at Greensboro (the Carolina Classic) 



LOCATION: Carbondale, Illinois 62901 

NICKNAME: Salukis 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Maroon and White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 22,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Dr. Donald Boydston 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Fred Huff 

HOME COURT: SIU Arena (10,014) 

HEAD COACH: Jack Hartman 



/\ i t-!**.s, L/ "I've never been more anxious 

UUriOOK to start a season than what I 

am this year. Reason, of course, is the belief that 
we're going to have a good year. Although we are 
going to miss people like Dickie Garrett, Chuck 
Benson and Willie Griffin, I can't help but feel this 
will be a good club despite its lack of experience 
among regulars. Our shooting should definitely be 
better; our speed and quickness is above average; 
our ball-handling should be improved and will prob- 
ably be above average; our depth is so good that it 
could be a problem, if that's possible. Our weak- 
ness, and it could be a big one, will be our inability 
of getting the ball off the boards due to our lack of 
size. If one or two of our young people come 
through, however, even this might shape up." 




Coach Jack Hartman 
Rex Barker 



HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 7, won 131, lost 54 
1969 OVERALL RECORD: 16-8 




Bowling Green 

Monday, December 29 and Tuesday, December 30 
at Greensboro (The Carolina Classic) 



LOCATION: Bowling Green, Ohio 

NICKNAME: Falcons 

CONFERENCE: Mid-American 

COLORS: Orange and Brown 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 13,553 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Doyt L. Perry 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Jerry Mix 

HOME COURT: Anderson Arena (5,000) 

HEAD COACH: Bob Comban 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 1, won 9, lost 15 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 9-15 

SERIES RECORD: None 



Outlook 



Last season. Bowling Green 
State University had to settle 
for a 9-15 record on the basketball court as first- 
year coach Bob Conibear put together a squad of 
junior college transfers and inexperienced sopho- 
mores. 

This year, things will be better for the Falcons 
if, for no other reason, than the inexperienced 
players now will have one good year of work under 
their belts. 

Four of last season's top six scorers, center Jim 
Connally, forwards Dan McLemore and Jim Penix 
plus guard Rich Walker, are back this year and they 
could all find themselves in the starting lineup. 

Conibear can't expect too much help from the 
freshman squad but forward Lee Henson, who 
averaged 23.1 points a game last year, has already 
proven that he might be good enough to break into 
the starting five. 




Coach Robert Conibear 
Dan McLemore 




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The University of North Carolina 



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Coach Frank McGuire 
John Roche 



South Carolina 




Monday, January 5 at Columbia, S.C. 
Saturday, February 21 at Chapel Hill 

The 1969 ACC Coach of the 
Year, Frank McGuire, and the 
ACC Player of the Year, All-America guard John 
Roche, along with a strong supporting case, make 
the Fighting Gamecocks strong contenders in 
1969-70. In addition to Roche, a 23.6 scorer, USC 
features Tom Owens, a 6-10 rebounding forward 
whose 1 3.0 average led the ACC, along with return- 
ing starters John Ribock, 6-8, and hustling 6-2 
Bobby Cremins. Top Soph prospects are 6-10 Tom 
Riker, leading frosh scorer at 26.6, and flashy 
guard Bob Carver, a 16.5 scorer. 



LOCATION: Columbia, S. C. 

NICKNAME: Fighting Gamecocks 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Garnet & Black 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 15,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Paul F. Dietzel 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Tom Price 

HOME COURT: Carolina Coliseum (12,133) 

HEAD COACH: Frank McGuire 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 5, won 69, lost 51 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 21-7 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 51, South Carolina 13 




Coach Norman Sloan 
Vann Williford 



N. C. State 

Wednesday, January 7 at Raleigh 
Monday, February 9 at Chapel Hill 



Outlook 




"We'll be a better team this 
season than last year. The ad- 
dition of 6-9 Paul Coder and 6-5 Ed Leftwich, both 
sophomores, will increase our rebounding strength 
and, with our returning talent in Vann Williford 
and Rick Anheuser and others back from last year, 
enable us to simplify our offense. We'll be able to 
run more than in the past. We'll be more versatile 
because several players can work inside or outside 
with equal effectiveness. With more defensive size, 
quickness and potential, we expect to exert more 
defensive pressure." 



LOCATION: Raleigh 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Red and White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 12,600 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Willis R. Casey 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Frank Weedon 

HOME COURT: William Neal Reynolds Coliseum 
(12,400) 

HEAD COACH: Norman Sloan 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 3, won 38, lost 39 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 15-10 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 74, N. C. State 43 



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Duke 



LOCATION: Durham, N. C. 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Blue and White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: E. M. Cameron 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Dick Brusie 

HOME COURT: Duke Indoor Stadium (8,800) 

HEAD COACH: Bucky Waters 

HIS RECORD: First season 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 15-13 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 61, Duke 53 



Saturday, January 10 at Chapel Hill 
Saturday, February 28 at Durham 

/J 4-1***% 1/ ' n ^' s *' rsi y ear as nea d coac h 

UUTIOOK at Duke, Bucky Waters has a 

team built around the nucleus of juniors that in- 
cludes the top three scorers from last season. The 
leading scorer returns in the person of 6-10 center 
Randy Denton, a second team AM-ACC selection 
with a 1»7.4 average. Also back are 6-7 forward 
Rick Katherman (13.7) and ball handling wizard 
Dick DeVenzio (12.2), who made the AII-ACC 
Tournament team. Sophomore Don Blackman and 
transfer Larry Saunders lead the hopefuls at for- 
ward while junior Brad Evans and sophomore Rob- 
by West should vie for the remaining guard post. 




Coach Bucky Waters 
Dick DeVenzio 




LOCATION: Clemson, S. C. 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Purple & Orange 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 6,838 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Frank Howard 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bob Bradley 

HOME COURT: Littlejohn Coliseum (9,720) 

HEAD COACH: Bobby Roberts 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 7, won 75, 

lost 97 
1969 OVERALL RECORD: 6-19 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 46, Clemson 6 



Clemson 

Thursday, January 15 at Clemson, S.C. 
Friday, February 1 3 at Charlotte 



Outlook 



There is a good possibility that 
Coach Bobby Roberts and his 
Clemson basketball team will experience some 
more rocky roads during the 1969-70 season, but 
look for the Tigers' cage stock to soar some the 
following year. 

All that remains of the '66-'67 freshman team is 
Butch Zatezalo, who has led the Atlantic Confer- 
ence in scoring the past two seasons, and reserve 
guard Mike Faer. Roberts will have one 6-7 player 
(freshman Greg Latin), two at 6-6 (juniors Dickie 
Foster and Pete Weddell) and one at 6-5 (Paul 
Holzshu). The Tigers will again be the shortest 
team in the toughest basketball conference in the 
nation. 

The scoring load will again be given to Zatezalo, 
who upped a 23.0 sophomore average to 25.8 this 
past season. But Zatezalo will have two double-fig- 
ured scorers retr.ning with him next fall, whereas 
he only had Mahaffey in the most recent campaign. 




Coach Bobby Roberts 
Butch Zatezalo 




The University of North Carolina 



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Wake Forest 



Saturday, January 17 at Chapel Hill 
Thursday, February 5 at Winston-Salem 



Outlook 



Coach Jack McCloskey 
Charles Davis 







1mm 




With only starting guard Jerry 
Montgomery and little-used re- 
serve Jay Randall missing from last year's squad, 
the outlook for the 1969-70 Wake Forest basket- 
ball season looks pretty good. 

"Our two sophomore starters of last year— A II- 
ACC guard Charlie Davis and center Gil McGreg- 
or—each have a year of experience under their belt, 
and they should be ready for a banner season," 
Coach Jack McCloskey said. 

Davis paced the Deacons to an 18-9 record last 
year, the best in three years for McCloskey. Davis, 
who set a new school mark with 51 points in a 
single game, finished as the fourth leading scorer in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 22.8 average, 
and was fifth in the nation in free throw percent- 
age with an .882 mark. 

McGregor, a strong 6-7 performer, had a 12.6 
scoring average and a 12.0 rebound mark while for- 
ward Dickie Walker finished with a 12.7 scoring 
figure. Davis, McGregor and Walker were the only 
members of the team to see action in all 27 games. 

Norwood Todmann (6-3), Neil Pastushok (6-4) 
and Dan Ackley (6-8) alternated at the fifth start- 
ing position last year, and will likely be battling for 
the same spot again this season. Larry Habegger, a 
6-7 forward, will also be in the running for a start- 
ing spot. 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 3,177 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Dr. Gene Hooks 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Richard D. Barkley 

HOME COURT: Memorial Coliseum (8,200) 

HEAD COACH: Jack McCloskey 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 3, won 32, lost 48 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 18-9 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 86, Wake Forest 35 




Maryland. 

Saturday, January 31 at College Park. Md. 
Wednesday, February 18 at Chapel Hill 



Outlook 



After winning three Southern 
Conference titles at Davidson 
and having his teams ranked in the top ten four of 
the past six years. Lefty Driesell faces a rebuilding 
project at Maryland. Will Hetzel, who scored an 
average of 23.3 per game last year, returns for his 
senior year, bidding to become Maryland's all-time 
scoring leader. Driesell figures it may be several 
seasons before the Terrapins can compete for the 
ACC title, but Maryland aims for conference and 
national honors in time. 



LOCATION: College Park, Md. 

NICKNAME: Terrapins, Terps 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Red and white, black and gold 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 25,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: James H. Kehoe 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Dan Daniels 

HOME COURT: Cole Field House, 12,005 

HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell 

HIS RECORD: First season 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 8-18 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 61, Maryland 28 



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Georgia Tech. 

Saturday, February 1 4 at Charlotte 



LOCATION: Atlanta, Ga. 

NICKNAME: Yellow Jackets 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Old Gold & White 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Bobby Dodd 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Ned West 



Outlook 



Hopes of improving Tech's 
1 2-1 3 record of a year ago piv- 
ot around 6-9% junior center Rich Yunkus, an all- 
star candidate already rated the best big man in 
Jacket history. The soft-shooting Yunkus, a consen- 
sus prep all-America from Benton, III., set four 
Tech records as a sophomore, including season 
scoring average, 24.1. The return of three other 
starters, forward Bob Seemer (13.2) and guards 
Jim Thorne (6.4) and John Veryzer (5.1), plus let- 
termen Bill Mayer, Howard Thompson, Tommy 
Wilson and Rich Wright give coach Whack Hyder 
experience and depth. 




Coach Whack Hyder 
Rich Yunkus 



HOME COURT: Alexander Memorial Coliseum (6,966) 

HEAD COACH: Whack Hyder 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 18, won 239, lost 214 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 12-13 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 4, Georgia Tech 1 




Virginia Tech 



Wednesday, February 25 at Chapel Hill 



LOCATION: Blacksburg, Virginia 

NICKNAME: Gobblers 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Maroon and Orange 

1969 ENROLLMENT: 11,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Frank Moseley 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Wendell Weisend 

HOME COURT: Virginia Tech Coliseum (10,000) 

HEAD COACH: Howard Shannon 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 5, won 80, lost 45 

1969 OVERALL RECORD: 14-12 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 40, Virginia Tech 10 



Outlook 



After a rough (14-12) season 
in '68-69, Coach Howie Shan- 
non has found himself in yet another rebuilding 
situation, with the primary problem the replace- 
ment of senior leader Chris Ellis. Sr. Walt Deskins 
and soph Bill McNeer appear to be the top con- 
tenders for that spot, and Dale Manuel and John 
Blessing will be vying for the center position left 
by the graduation of Dan Wetzel. Tech will be deep Coach Howie 
at all positions, but experience will be lacking. Loyd King 




Shannon 




The University of North Carolina 



39 



'"'■': 







Carolina varsity team managers— left to right— Ben Reid, Leroy 
Upperman and John Barrett 



25 Cage Championships in 59 Years 



SOUTHERN 


CONFERENCE 


I (8) DIXIE CLASSIC (3) 


1922 




1956 


1924 




1958 


1925 
1926 




1960 

• 


1935 
1936 
1940 




NATIONAL (pre-NCAA) (1) 

1924 


1945 




NCAA REGIONAL: EAST (5) 


ATLANTIC 


COAST 


1946 


CONFERENCE (4) 

1957 
1967 
1968 
1969 


1957 
1967 
1968 
1969 


CAMELLIA BOWL (1) 


NCAA NATIONAL (1) 


1949 




1957 


FAR WEST 


CLASSIC (1) 


TAMPA INVITATIONAL (1) 


1968 




1967 



FINAL STATISTICS FOR 1968-69 



PLAYER Games 

Charlie Scott 32 

Bill Bunting 32 

Rusty Clark 28 

Dick Grubar 28 

Lee Dedmon ... 32 

Eddie Fogler 32 

Joe Brown 31 

Jim Delany .... 30 

Dave Chadwick ... 20 

Gerald Tuttle 32 

Dale Gipple 20 

Richard Tuttle 15 

Don Eggleston 18 

Ricky Webb 13 

UNC Team Rebounds (Included in 

UNC TOTALS 32 

OPP TOTALS 32 

OPP Team Rebounds (Included in 

40 



FIELD GOALS 


FREE THROWS 












Made 


Att. 


Pet. 


Made 


Att. 


Pet. 


Reb. 


A 


PF 


TP 


Avg. 


290 


577 


50.3 


134 


191 


70.2 


226 


108 


70 


714 


22.3 


217 


363 


59.8 


143 


173 


82.7 


247 


42 


99 


577 


18.0 


145 


282 


51.4 


113 


157 


72.0 


258 


35 


75 


403 


14.4 


142 


286 


49.7 


80 


106 


75.5 


94 


80 


59 


364 


13.0 


109 


237 


46.0 


59 


97 


60.8 


221 


46 


106 


277 


8.7 


69 


180 


38.3 


26 


42 


61.9 


52 


107 


60 


164 


5.1 


54 


120 


45.0 


21 


38 


55.3 


85 


15 


36 


129 


4.2 


19 


53 


35.8 


40 


50 


80.0 


15 


22 


22 


78 


2.6 


17 


35 


48.6 


7 


10 


70.0 


32 





9 


41 


2.1 


21 


52 


40.4 


12 


16 


75.0 


19 


25 


24 


54 


1.7 


6 


24 


25.0 


10 


13 


76.9 


13 


3 


8 


22 


1.1 


3 


5 


60.0 


7 


9 


77.8 


4 





4 


13 


.9 


1 


8 


12.5 


3 


7 


42.9 


15 


2 


8 


5 


.3 


1 


6 


16.6 


1 


3 


33.3 


8 





4 


3 


.2 


UNC Totals) 










179 










1094 


2228 


49.1 


656 


912 


71.1 


1468 


485 


584 


2844 


88.9 


937 


2076 


45.1 


547 


781 


70.0 


1295 


319 


672 


2421 


75.7 


OPP Totals) 










168 











1969-70 BASKETBALL 



Foy Roberson, Jr. Memorial Award UNC ALL-TIME TOP TEN SCORERS 



The Foy Roberson, Jr., Memorial Medal is awarded each 
year by the late Dr. Foy Roberson and Mrs. Roberson in mem- 
ory of their son, Foy, Jr., Class of 1940, varsity basketball 1938-39- 
40. He was a Second Lieutenant of the Army Air Corps and was 
killed in a collision at sea on December 21, 1941. 

The Medal goes to the player chosen as having made the 
chief contribution to team morale and sportsmanship. 



Past Winners: 
1943 — George McCachren 
1944— Jack Fitch 
1945— James Jordan 
1946— Robert Paxton 
1947— James D. White 
1948— Taylor Thorne 
1949 — Daniel Nyimicz 
1950— John Tsantes 
1951— Charles Thorne 
1952— Harold Deasy 
1953— Vince Grimaldi 
1954— Skippy Winstead 
1955— Jerry Vayda 

1969- 



1956— Jerry Vayda 
1957 — Lennie Rosenbluth 
1958 — Tommy Kearns 
1959— Danny Lotz 
1960— Ray Stanley 
1961— Dick Kepley 
1962— Don Walsh 
1963— Peppy Callahan 
1964— Charlie Shaffer 
1965— Ray Respess 
1966 — Jimmy Moore 
1967— Donnie Moe 
1968— Ralph Fletcher 
-Joe Brown 



Lennie Rosenbluth 2,045 

Larry Miller 1,982 

Bob Lewis 1336 

Billy Cunningham 1,709 

Rusty Clark 1,339 

Pete Brennan 1,332 

Al Lifson (four years) 1,322 

York Larese 1,287 

Charlie Scott 1,276 

Jerry Vayda (four years) 1,187 



The Tar Heel Basketball Honor Roll 



CAR1WRIGHT CARMICHAEL: All-America, 1923, 1924; All-South- 
ern, 1922-1924. 

JACK (SPRATT) COBB: All-America, 1924, 1925, 1926; Helms 
Player of Year, 1926; Helms Hall of Fame; All-Southern, 1924, 
1925, 1926. 

BILL DODDERER: All-Southern, 1924, 1925, 1926. 

A. MORRIS (MONK) McDONALD: All-Southern, 1922, 1924. 

ARTHUR NEWCOMBE: All-Southern Conference, 1926. 

VIRGIL WEATHERS: All-Southern Conference, 1932. 

TOM ALEXANDER: All-Southern Conference, 1932. 

GEORGE GLAMACK: All-Amsrica, 1940, 1941; Helms Player of 
the Year, 1941; Helms All-Time Team; Helms Hall of Fame; 
All-Southern Conference, 1940, 1941. 

JIM JORDAN: All-America, 1945; All-Southern Conference, 1945; 
Conference Most Valuable, 1945. 

JOHN (HOOK) DILLON: All-America, 1946. 

JIM McCACHREN: All-Southern Conference, 1934, 1935, 1936. 

STEWART (SNOOKS) AITKEN: All-Southern Conference, 1935. 

IVAN (JACK) GLACE: All-Southern Conference, 1935. 

EARL RUTH: All-Southern Conference, 1937. 

BOB ROSE: All-Southern Conference, 1941. 

BERNIE MOCK: All-Southern Conference, 1944. 

BOYCE BOX: All-Southern Conference, 1944. 

MANNY ALVAREZ: All-Southern Conference, 1945. 

JIM WHITE: All-Southern Conference, 1947. 

BOB PAXTON: All-Southern Conference, 1947, 1948. 

HUGO KAPPLER: All-Southern Conference, 1949. 

COY CARSON: All-Southern Conference, 1949. 

SKIPPY WINSTEAD: All-Southern Conference Tournament, 1954 

LENNIE ROSENBLUTH: Helms Player of the Year 1957, All- 
America, 1957, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1955, 1956, 1957, 
All Dixie Classic 1955, 1956, 1957, All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence Tournament 1956, 1957, All-NCAA Tournament 1957. 

PETE BRENNAN: All-America 1958, All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence 1958, All-Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament 1957, 

1958, All-Dixie Classic 1957, All-Kentucky Invitational Tour- 
nament 1957, Most Outstanding Player, Dixie Classic 1958. 

TOMMY KEARNS: All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1957, 1958. 

LEE SHAFFER: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writers As- 
sociation) 1960, ACC Player of Year, 1960, All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference 1959, 1960. All-Kentucky Invitational Tournament 

1959, and All-Dixie Classic 1958, 1959, All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference Tournament 1959, 1960. 

The University of North Carolina 



DICK KEPLEY: Blue Grass All-Tournament 1958. 

YORK LARESE: Look All-District (U. S. Basketball Writers As- 
sociation) 1961, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1959, 1960, 
1961. All-Dixie Classic 1959, 1960, AII-ACC Tournament 1960, 
All-Kentucky Invitational Tournament, 1959. 

DOUG MOE: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writers Asso- 
ciation) 1961, All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1959, 1961, Dixie 
Classic MVP 1960. 

LARRY BROWN: All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1963. 

BILLY CUNNINGHAM: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writ- 
ers Association) 1964, All-District 3-D (U. S. Basketball 
Writers Association) 1963, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1963, 
1964 (unanimous choice both years), AII-ACC Tournament 
1963, 1964, Most Valuable Player, ACC, 1965, Helms All- 
America, 1965. 

BOB LEWIS: Helms Foundation All-America, 1966, 1967 AP All- 
America (2nd Team) 1966; All ACC Tourney Team, 1967; All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference 1966, 1967; NCAA Eastern 
Regional MVP 1967; Tampa Invitational CO-MVP, 1967. 

LARRY MILLER: Associated Press All-America, 1968; Look All- 
America, 1967, 1968; Helms Foundation All-America, 1967, 
1968; Numerous other All-America selections, 1967 and 1968; 
ACC Athlete of Year, 1967-68; ACC All-Conference Team, 
1967, 1968; ACC All-Tournament Team, 1967, 1968; ACC 
Tournament MVP, 1967, 1968; ACC Basketball Player of Year, 
1967, 1968; Eastern Regional All-Tournament Team, 1967, 
1968; NCAA All-Tournament Team, 1968; Patterson Medal 
winner as top all-around athlete at Carolina, 1967-68; MVP, 
Tampa Invitational, 1967; MVP, Far West Classic, 1967. 

RUSTY CLARK: NCAA All-Eastern Regional MVP, 1968; NCAA 
All-Eastern Regional Team, 1967; All-NCAA Finals, second 
team, 1967. 

DICK GRUBAR: ACC All-Tournament, 1968 

BILL BUNTING: All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1969; Holiday 
Festival All-Tournament, 1968; Eastern Regional All-Tourna- 
ment, 1969. 

CHARLIE SCOTT: Look All-America, 1969; Coaches All-America, 
1969; Helms All-America, 1969; The Basketball News All- 
America, 1969; Converse All-America, 1969; NCAA Finals all- 
Tournament, 1969; Eastern Regional MVP, 1969; ACC Tourna- 
ment MVP, 1969; Eastern Regional All-Tournament, 1968, 1969; 
Holiday Festival All-Tournament, 1968; All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference, 1968, 1969; Atlantic Coast Conference all-tourna- 
ment, 1968, 1969; All-NCAA finals, second team, 1968; Far 
West Classic all-tournament, 1967; U. S. Olympic team, 
champions at Mexico City in 1968. 

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1969-70 BASKETBALL 







ACC To 


u 


rney 








1st Ro 


und 










CLEMSON 












M 


A 


M 


A R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Foster 


3 


4 


3 


5 9 





2 


9 


Coakley 


3 


7 


1 


2 3 


1 


3 


7 


Thomas 


2 


5 





1 





1 


4 


Yates 


2 


8 


1 


5 3 





3 


5 


Faer 


1 


2 


1 


2 








3 1 


Holzshu 





1 





2 





4 


1 


Zatezalo 


10 


27 


8 


11 1 





4 


28 I 


Jones 


4 


8 


2 


4 8 





5 


10 1 


Weddell 























Eckard 


1 


5 


2 


3 4 





3 


4 


Totals 


26 


67 


18 


32 30 


1 


25 


70 


Team Rebounds 






9 










NORTH 


CAROLINA 










M 


A 


M 


A R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Tuttle 


1 


2 





1 








2 1 


Grubar 


3 


9 


5 


6 1 





3 


11 1 


Fogler 


1 


5 





5 


2 


2 


2 I 


Delany 


3 


3 


6 


9 2 


3 





12 


Bunting 


7 


14 


8 


9 10 


1 


5 


22 1 


Scott 


3 


13 


5 


5 8 


1 


3 


11 


Eggleston 











2 





1 


o 


Dedmon 


4 


7 





2 6 





4 


8 



Brown 





4 





5 





2 


Clark 


9 


16 


4 


4 14 





3 


2 


Gipple 


1 


2 


2 


2 3 





2 


4 


Chadwick 























Totals 


32 


75 


30 


37 57 


7 


25 


94 


Team Rebo 


jnds 






9 








Score by 


Halves: 














Clemson 








33 


37- 


-70 


North Caro 


ina 






45 


49- 


-94 


Attendance: 


11.666 














Officials: Conley & Bello 













Dedmon rebounds against Tigers 




4 



3K 



If 



Fogler on move in tourney 



The University of North Carolina 



43 



Dedmon dazzles Deacs 



ACC Tourney 
Semi-Finals 






* 




WAKE FOREST 

MAMA 


R 


A 


PF 






TP 


Montgomery 


7 12 


13 


13 


1 





2 


27 1 I 


Davis 


10 26 


10 


10 


4 





5 


30 | 


Ackley 


1 








2 





4 





McGregor 


1 5 


2 


2 


10 





5 


4 


Walker 


5 5 





2 


9 





4 


10 


Todmann 











O 





1 





Rhoads 











1 








► 


Habbegger 





1 


3 


5 





4 


1 1 


Randall 


1 














1 





Totals 


23 50 


26 


30 


32 





26 


72 


Team Rebounds 








1 






1 i 


NORTH CAROLINA 








i 




M A 


M 


A 


R 


A 


PF 


TP 


Grubar 


7 10 


9 


11 


4 


1 


4 


23 1 


Fogler 


1 





O 








4 


' 


Bunting 


6 7 


5 


9 


9 


1 


4 


17 


Scott 


8 15 


7 


8 


4 


1 


4 


23 


Clark 


4 9 


5 


8 


7 


1 


3 


13 i 


Dedmon 


1 4 








2 





1 


2 


Delany 


1 2 

















2 k 


Tuttle 








1 





2 


4 


1 


Totals 


27 48 


26 


37 


26 


6 


24 


80 t 


Team Rebounds 








4 








Score by Halves: 














Wake Forest .. 
North Carolina 








3 


7 
9 


35- 

51- 


-72 

-80 








2 


Attendance: 11,666 














Officials: Bella 


& Coniey 












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ACC To 


u 


rney 




Championshi 


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DUKE 








Golden 

DaVenzio 

Danton 

Vandenberg 

Lind 

Katherman 

Claiborne 

Posen 


M A 
5 14 

7 19 

8 12 
5 8 
4 10 

2 



M 
2 
1 
3 
5 
5 





A R 

2 

2 1 

3 11 

5 11 

6 9 
1 2 
2 



A 
3 
3 

1 






PF TP 
4 12 
4 15 
3 19 
3 15 
1 13 
1 
1 O 
1 


Totals 
Team Rebounds 


29 65 


16 


19 36 
6 


7 


18 74 


NORTH CAROLINA 






Grubar 

Fogler 

Bunting 

Scott 

Clark 

Dedmon 

Delany 

Tuttle 

Brown 


M A 
1 6 

3 
3 10 

17 23 

1 5 
7 15 

2 4 
1 3 
1 


M 
1 

3 
6 
5 
5 
1 




A R 

2 


3 9 

7 5 

5 8 

6 11 
2 1 
1 
2 


A 



1 





1 



2 



PF TP 

3 

1 
5 9 

2 40 

3 7 
2 19 
1 5 
1 2 
1 


Totals 
Team Rebounds 


32 70 


21 


27 35 
6 


4 


16 85 


Score by Halves 
Duke 






4 


3 


31—74 
51—85 


No. Carolina 






3 


Attendance: 11,666 
Officials: Honzo & Coniey 











Bunting out-jumps Wake players 



Bunting battles Davidson's Maloy 




The Happy Ending— Scott Mobbed After Winning Basket 




45 



/§Cl-lime Score* (W1-?$6X) 



1911 (7-4) 

ONC 42 Va. Christian .... 21 

UNC 60 Durham YMCA.... 18 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 28 

UNC 16 Wake Forest .... 38 

UNC 27 Davidson 25 

UNC 42 Charlotte YMCA 28 

UNC 40 Tennessee 21 

UNC 15 Tennessee 18 

UNC 16 Virginia 24 

UNC 23 Woodberry Forest 11 

UNC 31 Atl. Christian.... 33 

1912 (4-5) 

UNC 43 Va. Christian .... 17 

UNC 18 Va. Christian .... 29 

UNC 18 Va. Christian .... 20 

UNC 28 Durham YMCA.... 29 

UNC 18 Wake Forest .... 15 

UNC 36 Eion 5 

UNC 35 Wm. & Mary .... 21 

UNC 20 Guilford 35 

UNC 28 V.P.I 37 

1913 (5-6) 

UNC 22 Durham YMCA.... 23 

UNC 21 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 19 Wake Forest .... 15 

UNC 42 Davidson 8 

UNC 19 Virginia 30 

UNC 41 Elon 11 

UNC 19 Elon 23 

UNC 21 Guilford 44 

UNC 29 V.P.I 9 

UNC 20 Emory & Henry .. 17 

UNC 18 N.C. State 26 

1914 (10-8) 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 42 

UNC 44 Durham YMCA.... 28 

UNC 28 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 30 Wake Forest .... 39 

UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 32 

UNC 43 Charlotte YMCA 32 

UNC 52 Charlotte YMCA 29 

UNC 27 Virginia 67 

UNC 23 Virginia 56 

UNC 25 Woodberry Forest 21 

UNC 15 Elon 21 

UNC 29 Elon 16 

UNC 23 Guilford 22 

UNC 38 Guilford 13 

UNC 29 V.M.I 37 

UNC 41 Staunton M.A 10 

UNC 34 Lynchburg YMCA 42 

1915 (6-10) 

UNC 14 Durham YMCA.... 22 

UNC 25 Durham YMCA.... 44 

UNC 25 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 32 Wake Forest. .... 20 

UNC 25 Wake Forest 30 

UNC 29 Virginia 30 

UNC 26 Virginia 43 

UNC 15 Elon 9 

UNC 15 Elon 19 

UNC 45 Guilford 27 

UNC 24 V.M.I 28 

UNC 28 Staunton M.A... 16 

UNC 18 Roanoke 17 

UNC 22 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 20 Lynchburg Elks .. 63 

1916 (12-6) 

UNC 16 Durham YMCA.... 26 

UNC 18 Durham YMCA.... 14 

UNC 22 Wake Forest .... 27 

UNC 20 Davidson 14 

UNC 31 Davidson 21 

UNC 25 Virginia 29 

UNC 31 Elon 10 

UNC 19 Elon 15 

UNC 51 Guilford 21 

UNC 40 Guilford 26 



UNC 27 V.P.I 44 

UNC 25 V.M.I 23 

UNC 13 Roanoke 45 

UNC 18 Wash. & Lee .... 25 

UNC 51 Statesville A.C... 14 

UNC 34 Statesville A.C... 30 

UNC 39 Maryville 24 

UNC 47 Randolph Macon 18 

1917 (5-4) 

UNC 49 Durham YMCA.... 30 

UNC 31 Davidson 36 

UNC 35 Virginia 24 

UNC 55 Guilford 28 

UNC 31 V.P.I 23 

UNC 22 V.P.I 30 

UNC 33 V.M.I 22 

UNC 34 V.M.I 47 

UNC 23 Wash. & Lee .... 40 

1918 (9-3) 

UNC 60 Durham YMCA.... 13 

UNC 44 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 28 Davidson 22 

UNC 35 Virginia 45 

UNC 29 Elon 25 

UNC 21 Elon 28 

UNC 28 Guilford 24 

UNC 31 Guilford 19 

UNC 63 Emory & Henry.. 21 

UNC 23 Lynchburg A.C... 38 

UNC 36 Georgia 27 

UNC 58 South Carolina.... 21 



1919 (9-7) 
Durham YMCA.... 40 
Durham YMCA.... 25 
Wake Forest .... 17 

Davidson 12 

Charlotte YMCA 46 

Virginia 40 

Virginia 31 

Elon 12 

Guilford 23 

Guilford 23 

V.P.I 37 

V.P.I 28 

N.C. State 39 

V.M.I 28 

Wash. & Lee .... 27 

Camp Jackson .. 30 

1920 (7-9) 
Durham YMCA.... 30 
Durham YMCA.... 27 
Durham YMCA.... 34 

Davidson 31 

Davidson 22 

Charlotte YMCA 40 

Virginia 40 

Virginia 37 

Guilford 23 

N.C. State 32 

N.C. State 12 

Trinity 25 

Trinity 19 

Georgetown 36 

Navy 36 

Catholic Univ 28 

1921 (11-8) 
Durham YMCA..... 25 

Davidson 20 

Virginia 26 

Virginia 12 

Elon 12 

N.C. State 10 

N.C. State 32 

V.M.I 38 

Wash. & Lee .... 25 

Lynchburg Elks.. 15 

Trinity 25 

Trinity 19 

Trinity 18 

Georgetown 38 

Navy 50 

Army 34 



UNC 


22 


UNC 


21 


UNC 


36 


UNC 


40 


UNC 


51 


UNC 


29 


UNC 


21 


UNC 


44 


UNC 


47 


UNC 


56 


UNC 


14 


UNC 


22 


UNC 


29 


UNC 


42 


UNC 


31 


UNC 


37 


UNC 


40 


UNC 


23 


UNC 


30 


UNC 


20 


UNC 


23 


UNC 


32 


UNC 


26 


UNC 


31 


UNC 


51 


UNC 


21 


UNC 


32 


UNC 


36 


UNC 


18 


UNC 


27 


UNC 


24 


UNC 


32 


UNC 


44 


UNC 


37 


UNC 


28 


UNC 


43 


UNC 


37 


UNC 


62 


UNC 


31 


UNC 


23 


UNC 


29 


UNC 


38 


UNC 


22 


UNC 


41 


UNC 


55 


UNC 


22 


UNC 


24 


UNC 


26 



UNC 22 Rutgers 25 

UNC 30 Yale 32 

UNC 38 South Carolina.... 15 

1922 (14-3) 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 27 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 28 

UNC 29 Virginia 31 

UNC 59 Elon 24 

UNC 30 N.C. State 17 

UNC 49 N.C. State 19 

UNC 31 V.M.I 26 

UNC 25 Wash. & Lee .... 38 

UNC 44 South Carolina.... 28 

UNC 34 Trinity 22 

UNC 22 Army 52 

UNC 54 Wofford 26 

UNC 35 Howard 22 

UNC 31 Newberry 26 

UNC 20 Alabama 11 

UNC 33 Georgia 25 

UNC 40 Mercer 25 

1923 (14-7)* 

UNC 31 Durham YMCA.... 28 
UNC 50 Durham YMCA.... 21 
UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 26 
UNC 25 Wake Forest .... 23 

UNC 39 Virginia 16 

UNC 39 N.C. State 9 

UNC 45 N.C. State 26 

UNC 26 V.M.I 20 

UNC 24 Wash. & Lee .... 21 

UNC 20 Trinity 19 

UNC 36 Trinity 32 

UNC 33 Mercer 22 

UNC 50 Lynchburg 31 

UNC 59 Florida 14 

UNC 28 Miss. Coll 21 

UNC 32 Mississippi 34 

* 5 games unavailable. 

1924 (23-0) 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 16 
UNC 33 Wake Forest .... 12 

UNC 37 Davidson 27 

UNC 33 Virginia 20 

UNC 60 Elon 13 

UNC 54 Wm. & Mary .... 16 

UNC 50 Guilford 22 

UNC 44 N.C. State 9 

UNC 41 N.C. State 24 

UNC 40 V.M.I 25 

UNC 19 Wash. & 'Lee .... 16 
UNC 26 Wash. & Lee .... 17 
UNC 53 South Carolina.... 19 

UNC 31 Trinity 20 

UNC 23 Trinity 20 

UNC 35 Catholic Univ 22 

UNC 35 Mercer 23 

UNC 36 Lynchburg 26 

UNC 26 Maryland 20 

UNC 26 Alabama 18 

UNC 41 Kentucky 20 

UNC 37 Vanderbilt 20 

UNC 33 Miss. A&M 23 

1925 (18-5) 

UNC 22 Wake Forest .... 18 

UNC 44 Davidson 13 

UNC 26 Virginia 15 

UNC 37 Guilford 10 

UNC 27 N.C. State 17 

UNC 27 N.C. State 10 

UNC 31 V.M.I 19 

UNC 31 Wash. & Lee .... 15 

UNC 22 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 27 South Carolina.... 28 

UNC 20 Navy 39 

UNC 26 Lynchburg 12 

UNC 21 Maryland 16 

UNC 25 Duke 21 

UNC 34 Duke 18 

UNC 43 Duke 24 

UNC 22 Harvard 23 

UNC 24 Crescent A.C 32 

UNC 40 Georgia 19 

UNC 43 VPI 13 



UNC 35 LSU 21 

UNC 34 Georgia Tech .... 26 
UNC 36 Tulane 28 

1926 (20-5) 

UNC 42 Durham YMCA.... 35 
UNC 41 Durham YMCA.... 19 
UNC 28 Wake Forest .... 29 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 53 Davidson 18 

UNC 47 Virginia 16 

UNC 40 Elon 25 

UNC 44 Guilford 20 

UNC 31 N.C. State 21 

UNC 8 N.C. State 17 

UNC 39 V.M.I 22 

UNC 43 Wash. & Lee ... 26 

UNC 30 Navy 31 

UNC 32 Catholic Univ 25 

UNC 41 Wofford 23 

UNC 42 Florida 6 

UNC 22 Maryland 23 

UNC 38 Duke 20 

UNC 44 Duke 21 

UNC 37 Harvard 40 

UNC 50 Clemson 20 

UNC 38 Mississippi 23 

UNC 38 Miss. A&M 23 

UNC 52 Clemson 21 

UNC 25 Virginia 23 

1927 (17-7) 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 16 
UNC 46 Durham YMCA.... 22 
UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 30 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 26 
UNC 36 Charlotte YMCA 15 

UNC 42 Virginia 13 

UNC 36 V.P.I 22 

UNC 40 N.C. State 20 

UNC 19 N.C. State 13 

UNC 33 V.M.I 14 

UNC 33 Georgia 27 

UNC 26 Navy 31 

UNC 20 Maryland 28 

UNC 32 Maryland 23 

UNC 19 Maryland 23 

UNC 40 Duke 33 

UNC 37 Duke 21 

UNC 35 Greensboro YMCA 21 
UNC 28 Salisbury YMCA.. 29 
UNC 64 Hampden-Sydney 5 
UNC 29 Charlotte Monog. 31 

UNC 20 Georgia 23 

UNC 32 Tennessee 17 

UNC 28 Auburn 15 

1928 (16-2) 

UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 17 

UNC 37 Virginia 21 

UNC 26 Virginia 22 

UNC 42 Guilford 23 

UNC 31 N.C. State 21 

UNC 31 N.C. State 21 

UNC 35 Georgia 29 

UNC 27 Duke 25 

UNC 32 Duke 23 

UNC 45 Salisbury YMCA.. 14 

UNC 33 Charlotte Monog. 30 

UNC 43 Charlotte Monog. 31 

UNC 23 Tulane 21 

UNC 19 Tulane 20 

UNC 38 Tulane 8 

UNC 43 High Point Hawks 21 

UNC 38 LSU 44 

1929 (17-8) 

UNC 42 Wake Forest .... 19 

UNC 34 Wake Forest .... 10 

UNC 34 Davidson 21 

UNC 45 Davidson 7 

UNC 28 Tennessee 26 

UNC 28 Virginia 20 

UNC 40 Virginia 25 

UNC 33 V.P.I 27 

UNC 41 N.C. State 32 

UNC 35 N.C. State 34 



UNC 32 V.M.I 19 

UNC 31 Georgia 28 

UNC 25 South Carolina.... 28 

UNC 45 South Carolina.... 33 

UNC 28 Maryland 22 

UNC 20 Duke 36 

UNC 27 Duke 24 

UNC 20 Butler 43 

UNC 30 Ohio State 43 

UNC 19 Louisville 27 

UNC 26 Kentucky 15 

UNC 18 Atlanta A.C 34 

UNC 19 Princeton 20 

UNC 43 Miss. A&M 18 

UNC 17 Duke 34 

1930 (14-11) 

UNC 28 Durham YMCA.... 27 
UNC 49 Wake Forest .... 18 
UNC 37 Wake Forest .... 15 

UNC 20 Davidson 22 

UNC 19 Davidson 10 

UNC 40 Virginia 37 

UNC 49 Guilford 20 

UNC 30 V.P.I 21 

UNC 41 V.P.I 23 

UNC 27 N.C. State 25 

UNC 26 N.C. State 28 

UNC 24 Wash. & Lee .... 39 
UNC 17 Wash. & Lee ....27 

UNC 43 Navy 33 

UNC 33 Maryland 36 

UNC 22 Maryland 29 

UNC 14 Duke 36 

UNC 36 Duke 37 

UNC 41 Greensboro YMCA 10 
UNC 88 Greensboro YMCA 25 
UNC 23 Charlotte Monog. 19 
UNC 29 Raleigh YMCA.... 42 
UNC 28 High Pt. YMCA 12 
UNC 25 Loyola (Chic.).... 26 
UNC 17 Georgia 26 

1931 (15-9)* 

UNC 31 Durham YMCA.... 14 

UNC 30 Wake Forest .... 13 

UNC 45 Wake Forest .... 25 

UNC 28 Davidson 30 

UNC 28 Virginia 24 

UNC 33 Guilford 13 

UNC 28 V.P.I 31 

UNC 30 V.P.I 24 

UNC 22 N.C. State 14 

UNC 20 N.C. State 23 

UNC 43 V.M.I 13 

UNC 30 V.M.I 21 

UNC 31 Wash. & Lee .... 39 

UNC 34 Randolph 

Macon Acad 13 

UNC 38 South Carolina 8 

UNC 31 Maryland 33 

UNC 18 Duke 30 

UNC 23 Duke 34 

UNC 46 Raleigh YMCA.... 12 

UNC 23 Furman 16 

UNC 23 Vanderbilt 20 

UNC 18 Maryland 19 

* 2 games unavailable. 

1932 (16-5) 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 17 

UNC 34 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 45 Davidson 29 

UNC 32 Davidson 28 

UNC 26 Virginia 24 

UNC 49 Guilford 23 

UNC 38 V.P.I 26 

UNC 31 V.P.I 20 

UNC 18 N.C. State 19 

UNC 17 N.C. State 36 

UNC 27 Wash. & Lee .... 19 

UNC 25 Maryland 26 

UNC 32 Maryland 26 

UNC 37 Duke 20 

UNC 18 Duke 24 

UNC 27 Raleigh YMCA.... 14 



46 



1969-70 BASKETBALL 



UNC 37 Furman 17 

UNC 24 Georgia 26 

UNC 43 Kentucky 42 

UNC 35 Tennessee 25 

UNC 51 Auburn 32 

1933 (12-5) 

UNC 36 Wake Forest .... 33 

UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 56 Davidson 18 

UNC 39 Davidson 26 

UNC 66 Guilford 9 

UNC 58 V.P.I 26 

UNC 32 N.C. State 23 

UNC 35 N.C. State 28 

UNC 36 V.M.I 17 

UNC 32 V.M.I 29 

UNC 34 Wash. & Lee .... 23 

UNC 40 Navy 66 

UNC 29 Maryland 42 

UNC 32 Duke 36 

UNC 24 Duke 31 

UNC 32 VPI 27 

UNC 32 South Carolina 34 

1934 (18-4) 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 21 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 38 Davidson 23 

UNC 39 Davidson 25 

UNC 44 Virginia 35 

UNC 24 Virginia 23 

UNC 31 V.P.I 14 

UNC 42 V.P.I 21 

UNC 30 N.C. State 34 

UNC 45 N.C. State 24 

UNC 38 V.M.I 18 

UNC 37 V.M.I 11 

UNC 34 Wash. & Lee .... 24 

UNC 30 South Carolina.... 45 

UNC 24 Navy 26 

UNC 28 Maryland 24 

UNC 25 Duke 21 

UNC 30 Duke 25 

UNC 38 Clemson 26 

UNC 26 Viscose Club .... 25 

UNC 27 Virginia 18 

UNC 18 Duke 21 

1935 (23-2) 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 11 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 21 

UNC 36 Davidson 26 

UNC 38 Davidson 26 

UNC 36 Virginia 20 

UNC 34 Elon 21 

UNC 29 V.P.I 9 

UNC 29 V.P.I 13 

UNC 33 N.C. State 27 

UNC 37 N.C. State 35 

UNC 24 V.M.I 19 

UNC 33 V.M.I 20 

UNC 36 Wash. &. Lee .... 34 
UNC 32 South Carolina.... 31 
UNC 42 South Carolina.... 17 

UNC 30 Navy 19 

UNC 19 Army 29 

UNC 39 Maryland 31 

UNC 27 Duke 33 

UNC 24 Duke 20 

UNC 38 Crescent A.C 32 

UNC 38 N.Y.A.C 32 

UNC 46 South Carolina 25 

UNC 30 N.C. State 28 

UNC 35 W&L 27 

1936 (21-4) 

UNC 26 Wake Forest ... 19 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 23 

UNC 45 Davidson 27 

UNC 31 Davidson 16 

UNC 38 Virginia 25 

UNC 30 Virginia 33 

UNC 40 V.P.I 21 

UNC 34 V.P.I 26 

UNC 37 N.C. State 35 

UNC 31 N.C. State 29 

UNC 43 V.M.I 21 

UNC 3s V M.I 31 

UNC 25 Wash. & Lee .... 28 
UNC 38 South Carolina.... 18 
UNC 43 South Carolina.... 41 

UNC 39 Navy 25 

UNC 44 Maryland 32 

UNC 34 Duke 36 

UNC 30 Duke 28 

UNC 24 Clemson 23 

UNC 35 Clemson 34 



UNC 33 N.Y.U 55 

UNC 39 Virginia 21 

UNC 31 N.C. State 28 

UNC 50 W&L 45 

1937 (18-5) 

UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 30 

UNC 37 Wake Forest .... 35 

UNC 33 Davidson 35 

UNC 34 Davidson 20 

UNC 33 Virginia 15 

UNC 45 Virginia 22 

UNC 38 V.P.I 26 

UNC 41 V.P.I 25 

UNC 41 N.C. State 35 

UNC 34 N.C. State 31 

UNC 56 V.M.I 29 

UNC 44 V.M.I 32 

UNC 19 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 33 Wash. & Lee .... 44 

UNC 41 Maryland 24 

UNC 44 Maryland 35 

UNC 41 Duke 35 

UNC 37 Duke 32 

UNC 34 Duke 30 

UNC 30 N.Y.U 37 

UNC 59 Leaksville YMCA 12 

UNC 36 St. Joseph's 34 

1938 (16-5) 
Wake Forest .... 26 
Wake Forest .... 44 

Davidson 35 

Davidson 30 

Atl. Chris 20 

Guilford 16 

V.P.I 32 

N.C. State 31 

N.C. State 32 

V.M.I 17 

V.M.I 22 

Wash. & Lee .... 31 
Wash. & Lee ....39 

Maryland 24 

Duke 24 

Duke 39 

Clemson 34 

Princeton 53 

N.Y.U 39 

St. Joseph's 34 

W&L 48 

1939 (10-11) 
Wake Forest .... 57 
Wake Forest .... 54 

Davidson 46 

Davidson 28 

Virginia 37 

Virginia 37 

Atl. Chris 17 

V.P.I 36 

N.C. State 35 

N.C. State 25 

V.M.I 28 

V.M.I 41 

Wash. & Lee .... 39 

Navy 46 

Maryland 34 

Maryland 66 

Duke 32 

Duke 41 

Clemson 44 

Princeton 30 

Catawba 31 



UNC 31 
UNC 34 
UNC 37 
UNC 41 
UNC 47 
UNC 60 
UNC 38 
UNC 39 
UNC 41 
UNC 31 
UNC 48 
UNC 34 
UNC 42 
UNC 43 
UNC 34 
UNC 33 
UNC 44 
UNC 32 
UNC 57 
UNC 29 
UNC 33 



UNC 37 
UNC 56 
UNC 39 
UNC 35 
UNC 29 
UNC 48 
UNC 59 
UNC 35 
UNC 22 
UNC 40 
UNC 35 
UNC 43 
UNC 46 
UNC 38 
UNC 32 
UNC 41 
UNC 37 
UNC 38 
UNC 43 
UNC 20 
UNC 44 



1940 (23-3) 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .... 51 

UNC 36 Wake Forest .... 42 

UNC 55 Davidson 47 

UNC 41 Davidson 28 

UNC 25 Virginia 44 

UNC 49 Atl. Chris 32 

UNC 46 V.P.I 25 

UNC 52 N.C. State 41 

UNC 60 N.C. State 36 

UNC 53 V.M.I 24 

UNC 44 Navy 40 

UNC 44 Duke 50 

UNC 39 Clemson 31 

UNC 47 Clemson 30 

UNC 29 Catawba 25 

UNC 49 Atl. White Flash 42 

UNC 43 Lynn A-S, Ral... 32 

UNC 70 Eatman-Smith .. 28 

UNC 42 McCrary Eagles.. 38 

UNC 45 McCrary Eagles .. 37 

UNC 58 Appalachian 49 



UNC 66 Citadel 36 

UNC 31 Duke 27 

UNC 50 Clemson 41 

UNC 39 Duke 23 

UNC 43 Wake Forest .... 35 

1941 (19-9) 

UNC 61 Wake Forest .... 45 

UNC 43 Wake Forest .... 40 

UNC 38 Davidson 30 

UNC 39 Davidson 30 

UNC 51 Guilford 26 

UNC 60 V.P.I 35 

UNC 47 N.C. State 26 

UNC 60 N.C. State 30 

UNC 56 V.M.I 30 

UNC 43 Wash. & Lee .... 39 

UNC 65 Wash. & Lee .... 32 

UNC 34 Navy 42 

UNC 55 Maryland 36 

UNC 44 Maryland 29 

UNC 51 Duke 33 

UNC 33 Duke 35 

UNC 76 Clemson 53 

UNC 48 Greensboro YMCA 32 

UNC 49 N.Y.U 53 

UNC 41 St. Joseph's 42 

UNC 46 McCrary Eagles.. 35 

UNC 32 Hanes Hosiery .. 33 

UNC 45 Hanes Hosiery .. 40 

UNC 62 Lehigh 58 

UNC 41 Fordham 42 

UNC 20 Pittsburgh 26 

UNC 59 Dartmouth 60 

UNC 37 Duke 38 

1942 (15-8) 

UNC 51 Wake Forest .... 30 

UNC 20 Wake Forest .... 36 

UNC 37 Davidson 22 

UNC 45 Davidson 38 

UNC 41 N.C. State 28 

UNC 30 N.C. State 32 

UNC 49 V.M.I 28 

UNC 62 Wash. & Lee .... 26 

UNC 36 Navy 42 

UNC 34 Maryland 30 

UNC 40 Duke 52 

UNC 40 Duke 41 

UNC 54 Clemson 34 

UNC 35 High Point YMCA 23 

UNC 28 St. Joseph's 33 

UNC 63 Atl. Wh. Flash.. 31 

UNC 43 McCrary Eagles.. 41 

UNC 55 Hanes Hosiery .. 66 

UNC 34 Fordham 25 

UNC 32 Akron Goodyear.. 31 

UNC 47 Richmond 30 

UNC 36 South Carolina.... 38 

UNC 26 Wake Forest .... 32 

1943 (12-10) 

UNC 49 Wake Forest .... 37 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 31 

UNC 41 Davidson 57 

UNC 50 Davidson 27 

UNC 42 Charlotte YMCA 25 

UNC 45 Virginia 50 

UNC 38 V.P.I 35 

UNC 36 N.C. State 47 

UNC 45 N.C State 36 

UNC 37 V.M.I 35 

UNC 28 Wash. & Lee .... 35 

UNC 50 South Carolina.... 27 

UNC 40 Maryland 47 

UNC 31 Maryland 40 

UNC 39 Duke 51 

UNC 24 Duke 43 

UNC 52 Clemson 32 

UNC 35 McCrary Eagles.. 34 

UNC 51 Richmond 53 

UNC 40 Ft. Bragg R.C... 28 

UNC 56 High Point 27 

UNC 33 Geo. Washington 34 

1944 (17-10) 

UNC 43 Davidson 37 

UNC 43 Davidson 40 

UNC 36 Virginia 39 

UNC 42 V.P.I 29 

UNC 52 N.C. State 24 

UNC 42 N.C. State 27 

UNC 50 V.M.I 22 

UNC 37 Duke 33 

UNC 40 Duke 41 

UNC 39 Duke 30 

UNC 74 Catawba 37 



UNC 49 Richmond 


45 


UNC 44 Ft. Bragg R.C... 


52 


UNC 25 Ft. Bragg R.C... 


41 


UNC 46 12th RD 




C. Butner 


35 


UNC 47 Columbia AB .... 


35 


UNC 34 Cherry Pt. MAB 


41 


UNC 35 Milligan 


42 


UNC 53 Ft. Jackson 


57 


UNC 48 Seymour Johnson 


42 


UNC 41 Florence A.B. .. 


19 


UNC 42 Richmond A.B. .. 


35 


UNC 40 Basic Jr. No. 10 


53 


UNC 43 Norfolk NTS .... 


56 


UNC 39 VPI 


2 A 


UNC 27 Duke 


43 


UNC 62 Richmond 


41 


1945 (22-6) 




UNC 65 Wake Forest . 


29 


UNC 65 Wake Forest .. 


..40 


UNC 47 Davidson 


32 


UNC 89 Davidson 


?0 


UNC 42 Virginia 


35 


UNC 80 Wm. & Mary .... 


46 


UNC 55 V.P.I 


30 


UNC 60 V.P.I 


28 


UNC 61 N.C. State 


46 


UNC 43 N.C. State 


35 


UNC 27 South Carolina.... 


38 


UNC 40 South Carolina.... 


41 


UNC 53 Maryland 


28 


UNC 41 Duke 


50 


UNC 50 Duke 


38 


UNC 67 Catawba 


35 


UNC 64 Catawba 


30 


UNC 34 Ft. Bragg R.C... 


44 


UNC 75 High Point 


18 


UNC 76 High Point 


25 


UNC 44 Ft. Bragg P.C... 


20 


UNC 43 Camp Butner .... 


41 


UNC 51 Morris Field .... 


29 


UNC 22 Norfolk N.A.S... 


59 


UNC 46 Norfolk N.A.S... 


65 


UNC 49 Duke 


38 


UNC 39 South Carolina 


26 


UNC 55 N.C. State 


28 


1946 (30-5) 




UNC 70 Wake Forest .... 


47 


UNC 61 Wake Forest .... 


32 


UNC 63 Davidson 


31 


UNC 58 Davidson 


30 


UNC 44 Virginia 


32 


UNC 48 V.P.I 


40 


UNC 63 V.P.I 


42 


UNC 71 N.C. State 


34 


UNC 55 N.C. State 


44 


UNC 56 South Carolina.... 


32 


UNC 52 South Carolina.... 


31 


UNC 51 Navy 


49 


UNC 63 Maryland 


27 


UNC 33 Maryland 


31 


UNC 46 Duke 


51 


UNC 54 Duke 


44 


UNC 60 Ohio State 


57 


UNC 43 N.Y.U 


41 


UNC 57 N.Y.U 


49 


UNC 47 St. Joseph's 


36 


UNC 65 Catawba 


32 


UNC 64 Catawba 


38 


UNC 57 Ft. Bragg R.C... 


16 


UNC 65 High Point 


34 


UNC 57 High Point 


16 


UNC 55 Camp Lee 


40 


UNC 50 Camp Lee 


49 


UNC 64 Camp Pickett ... 


46 


UNC 63 Greensboro ORD 


64 


UNC 74 Greensboro ORD 


39 


UNC 65 Ft. Bragg AOC. 


33 


UNC 46 Little Creek AB 


60 


UNC 40 Oklahoma A&M. 


43 


UNC 54 Maryland 


27 


UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 


31 


1947 (19-8) 




UNC 70 Wake Forest ... 


49 


UNC 54 Wake Forest ... 


46 


UNC 55 Davidson 


46 


UNC 45 Davidson 


38 


UNC 63 Virginia 


38 


UNC 57 V.P.I 


51 


UNC 46 N.C. State 


48 


UNC 50 South Carolina... 


49 


UNC 53 South Carolina... 


47 


UNC 35 Navy 


39 


UNC 58 Maryland 


4? 


UNC 57 Maryland 


61 



The University of North Carolina 



UNC 49 Duke 28 

UNC 57 Duke 47 

UNC 50 N.Y.U 48 

UNC 47 N.Y.U 60 

UNC 48 Catawba 33 

UNC 47 Hanes Hosiery... 46 

UNC 44 High Point 41 

UNC 63 Cherry Point .... 29 

UNC 51 Northwestern .... 65 

UNC 62 LaSalle 65 

UNC 53 DePaul 60 

UNC 58 Georgia Tech .... 48 

UNC 55 South Carolina 43 

UNC 48 N.C. State 50 

UNC 55 Richmond 43 

1948 (20-7) 

UNC 56 Wake Forest .... 35 

UNC 47 Wake Forest .... 53 

UNC 52 Davidson 46 

UNC 52 Davidson 46 

UNC 52 Tennessee 43 

UNC 74 Elon 22 

UNC 63 Wm. & Mary .... 61 

UNC 51 Guilford 30 

UNC 39 V.P.I 31 

UNC 68 V.P.I 35 

UNC 42 N.C. State 81 

UNC 45 N.C. State 69 

UNC 60 Wash. & Lee .... 36 

UNC 63 South Carolina... 44 

UNC 70 Maryland 46 

UNC 51 Maryland 47 

UNC 48 Duke 42 

UNC 45 Duke 56 

UNC 34 N.Y.U 63 

UNC 51 Catawba 32 

UNC 59 Hanes Hosiery .. 43 

UNC 54 High Point 36 

UNC 64 Loyola (Bait.).... 47 

UNC 51 Temple 61 

UNC 52 Pennsylvania 46 

UNC 61 VPI 40 

UNC 50 N.C. State 55 

1949 (20-8) 

UNC 55 Wake Forest .... 50 

UNC 69 Wake Forest 54 

UNC 37 Davidson 47 

UNC 53 Davidson 52 

UNC 56 Tennessee 84 

UNC 66 Elon 32 

UNC 69 Wm. & Mary .... 61 

UNC 52 Guilford 32 

UNC 56 V.P.I 48 

UNC 78 V.P.I 59 

UNC 36 N.C. State 67 

UNC 39 N.C. State 79 

UNC 69 Wash. & Lee .... 52 

UNC 62 South Carolina.... 48 

UNC 55 Maryland 47 

UNC 66 Maryland 52 

UNC 64 Duke 34 

UNC 64 Duke 40 

UNC 61 Furman 44 

UNC 48 N.Y.U 74 

UNC 57 Catawba 47 

UNC 64 Hanes Hosiery .. 60 

UNC 41 Geo. Washington 64 

UNC 41 Geo. Washington 53 

UNC 68 Lenoir Rhyne .... 51 

UNC 60 Arizona 49 

UNC 79 Maryland 61 

UNC 40 N.C. State 43 

1950 (17-12) 

UNC 57 Elon 39 

UNC 58 Richmond 50 

UNC 48 Virginia Tech .. 62 

UNC 78 Lenoir-Rhyne .. 79 

UNC 44 Geo. Washington 54 

UNC 50 W. Virginia .... 58 

UNC 59 Duke 55 

UNC 60 Rhode Island St. 65 

UNC 55 Maryland 53 

UNC 48 Hanes 50 

UNC 69 Maryland 56 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .. 57 

UNC 52 Wm. & Mary .. 46 

UNC 44 N.C. State 70 

UNC 63 Davidson 53 

UNC 44 Kentucky 86 

UNC 55 Miami 53 

UNC 65 Miami 51 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .. 50 

UNC 64 South Carolina.. 42 

UNC 57 N.C. State 61 

UNC 66 Virginia Tech .. 53 

47 



UNC 


67 


Davidson 


54 


UNC 


77 


The Citadel .... 


39 


UNC 


41 


Geo. Washington 


56 


! UNC 


159 


Furman 


53 


UNC 


53 


Duke 


55 


UNC 


63 


Duke 


46 


UNC 


43 


Wm. & Mary .. 


50 




1951 (12-15) 




UNC 


84 


McCrary 


57 


UNC 


57 


Elon 


48 


UNC 


75 


Hanes 


56 


UNC 


69 


Richmond 


46 


UNC 


72 


Davidson 


69 


UNC 


62 


E. Kentucky .... 


85 


UNC 


58 


Xavier 


92 


UNC 


49 


Navy 


58 


UNC 


63 


Duke 


71 


UNC 


69 


R. I. State .... 


93 


UNC 


59 


Maryland 


67 


UNC 


60 


N.Y.U 


66 


UNC 


67 


Temple 


70 


UNC 


65 


Wake Forest .... 


56 


UNC 


56 


Davidson 


53 


UNC 


49 


W. Virginia .... 


62 


UNC 


71 


Geo. Washington 


76 


UNC 


55 


Maryland 


56 


UNC 


58 


N.C. State 


71 


UNC 


82 


Wake Forest .. 


70 


! UNC 


71 


Duke 


68 


! UNC 


89 


Furman 


64 


\ UNC 


66 


Geo. Washington 


60 


i UNC 


55 


South Carolina- 


66 


UNC 


71 


Citadel 


58 


UNC 


53 


N.C. State 


68 


UNC 


72 


Duke 


84 


1 


1952 (12-15) 




| UNC 


87 


Citadel 


69 


.1 UNC 


100 


Furman 


57 


1 UNC 


59 


Duke 


77 


1 UNC 


62 


Richmond 


56 


I UNC 


70 


Hanes 


59 


I UNC 


66 


Illinois 


86 


UNC 


66 


Bradley 


79 


UNC 


49 


So. Calif 


45 


K UNC 


51 


N.C. State 


58 


UNC 


61 


Columbia 


60 


UNC 


51 


Maryland 


47 


UNC 


65 


Clemson 


59 


$ UNC 


53 


Wake Forest .. 


55 


: i unc 


73 


Davidson 


77 


B UNC 


51 


Maryland 


71 


a unc 


70 


Temple 


65 


■■': UNC 


53 


N.C. State 


58 


Si UNC 


46 


Wake Forest .. 


55 


J | UNC 


66 


Duke 


73 


'■i UNC 


65 


W. Virginia .... 


80 


E UNC 


80 


Citadel 


62 


Bg unc 


68 


Furman 


53 


\ unc 


68 


South Carolina.. 


75 


i ! UNC 


69 


Clemson 


77 


UNC 


71 


Davidson 


76 


-! UNC 


52 


N.C. State 


71 


UNC 


64 


Duke 


94 




1953 (17-10) 




i UNC 


70 


Citadel 


50 


'- i UNC 


67 


Wash. & Lee.... 


48 


. | UNC 


73 


Holy Cross 


85 


UNC 


59 


Maryland 


49 


•J UNC 


73 


Princeton 


59 


m unc 


62 


Penn 


70 


■ UNC 


79 


E. Carolina ... 


66 


W] UNC 


79 


VMI 


6? 


■ UNC 


97 


Wash. & Lee . 


75 


i UNC 


71 


Davidson 


60 


; UNC 


97 


VMI 


58 


UNC 


66 


Maryland 


68 


', .: UNC 


72 


Wake Forest . 


68 


- 1 UNC 


70 


N.C. State 


69 


UNC 


91 


Clemson 


80 


• | UNC 


73 


Davidson 


5? 


K unc 


80 


Richmond 


6? 


V I unc 


82 


Clemson 


55 


., ! UNC 


75 


Richmond 


78 


UNC 


89 


Duke 


95 


UNC 


78 


NYU 


8? 


UNC 


76 


South Carolina. 


72 


. ! UNC 


94 


Citadel 


69 


i UNC 


63 


Wake Forest ... 


89 


•. UNC 


66 


N.C. State 


87 


' ! UNC 


58 


Duke 


R3 


V ! UNC 


54 


N.C. State 


86 




1954 (11-10) 




: "' unc 


71 


Wm. & Mary . 


61 


,- | UNC 


62 


South Carolina. 


56 


UNC 


85 


Clemson 


48 



UNC 62 Navy 86 

UNC 63 Seton Hall 73 

UNC 53 Oregon State .. 65 

UNC 83 Citadel 42 

UNC 66 Wake Forest .. 65 

UNC 70 Davidson 54 

UNC 78 Virginia 66 

UNC 77 N.C. State 84 

UNC 69 Wash. & Lee .. 60 

UNC 47 buke 63 

UNC 69 Virginia 83 

UNC 62 Wake Forest .. 76 

UNC 72 Clemson 56 

UNC 89 Davidson 69 

UNC 63 Duke 67 

UNC 48 N.C. State 57 

UNC 79 Citadel 52 

UNC 51 N.C. State 52 

1955 (10-11) 

UNC 99 Clemson 66 

UNC 88 South Carolina.. 69 

UNC 76 Wm. & Mary .. 79 

UNC 60 Maryland 70 

UNC 67 So. Calif 58 

UNC 44 N.C. State 47 

UNC 65 Duke 52 

UNC 77 La. State 84 

UNC 55 Alabama 77 

UNC 95 Wake Forest .. 78 

UNC 96 Virginia 87 

UNC 73 South Carolina.. 64 

UNC 95 Clemson 87 

UNC 84 N.C. State 80 

UNC 68 Duke 91 

UNC 73 Virginia 98 

UNC 61 Maryland 63 

UNC 83 Wake Forest .. 79 

UNC 75 N.C. State 79 

UNC 74 Duke 96 

UNC 82 Wake Forest .. 95 

1956 (18-5) 

UNC 73 Clemson 58 

UNC 88 Ga. Tech 76 

UNC 92 South Carolina.. 75 

UNC 99 Alabama 77 

UNC 68 Maryland 62 

UNC 86 Villanova 63 

UNC 74 Duke 64 

UNC 60 N.C. State 82 

UNC 95 LSU 69 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .. 76 

UNC 101 Virginia 65 

UNC 75 South Carolina.. 73 

UNC 103 Clemson 99 

UNC 64 Maryland 55 

UNC 73 N.C. State 69 

UNC 59 Duke 64 

UNC 115 Wm. & Mary .. 63 

UNC 83 Virginia 72 

UNC 77 Wake Forest .. 73 

UNC 73 N.C. State 79 

UNC 73 Duke 65 

UNC 81 Virginia 77 

UNC 56 Wake Forest .. 77 

1957 (32-0) 

UNC 94 Furman 66 

UNC 94 Clemson 75 

UNC 82 Geo. Washington 55 

UNC 90 South Carolina.. 86 

UNC 70 Maryland 61 

UNC 64 NYU 59 

UNC 89 Dartmouth 61 

UNC 83 Holy Cross 70 

UNC 97 Utah 76 

UNC 87 Duke 71 

UNC 63 Wake Forest .. 55 

UNC 71 Wm. & Mary .. 61 

UNC 86 Clemson 54 

UNC 102 Virginia 90 

UNC 83 N.C. State 57 

UNC 77 W. Carolina .... 59 

UNC 65 Maryland 61 

UNC 75 Duke 73 

UNC 68 Virginia 59 

UNC 72 Wake Forest .. 69 

UNC 86 N.C. State 57 

UNC 75 South Carolina.. 62 

UNC 69 Wake Forest .. 64 

UNC 86 Duke 72 

UNC 81 Clemson 61 

UNC 61 Wake Forest .. 59 

UNC 95 South Carolina.. 75 

UNC 90 Yale 74 

UNC 87 Canisius 75 

UNC 67 Syracuse 58 

UNC 74 Mich. State .... 70 

UNC 54 Kansas 53 



1958 (19-7) 

UNC 79 Clemson 55 

UNC 86 Geo. Washington 59 

UNC 91 Furman 74 

UNC 70 South Carolina.. 58 

UNC 73 Minnesota 67 

UNC 64 W. Virginia .... 75 

UNC 63 St. Louis 48 

UNC 76 Duke 62 

UNC 39 N.C. State 30 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .. 45 

UNC 79 Wm. & Mary .. 63 

UNC 82 Virginia 66 

UNC 61 Maryland 74 

UNC 57 N.C. State 58 

UNC 90 Clemson 81 

UNC 115 South Carolina.. 88 

UNC 75 Duke 91 

UNC 73 Virginia 66 

UNC 60 Wake Forest .. 57 

UNC 70 Notre Dame .... 89 

UNC 81 N.C. State 69 

UNC 66 Maryland 59 

UNC 46 Duke 59 

UNC 62 Clemson 51 

UNC 64 N.C. State 58 

UNC 74 Maryland 86 

1959 (20-5) 

UNC 83 Clemson 67 

UNC 83 Virginia 61 

UNC 70 South Carolina.. 57 

UNC 81 Notre Dame .... 77 

UNC 78 Northwestern .. 64 

UNC 92 Yale 65 

UNC 58 Mich. State .... 75 

UNC 90 Cincinnati 88 

UNC 69 Notre Dame .... 54 

UNC 44 Wake Forest .. 34 

UNC 72 N.C. State 68 

UNC 60 Clemson 46 

UNC 62 South Carolina.. 50 

UNC 64 Maryland 57 

UNC 89 Duke 80 

UNC 75 Wake Forest .. 66 

UNC 76 Loyola (Chi.) 57 

UNC 74 N.C. State 67 

UNC 51 Maryland 69 

UNC 68 Virginia 69 

UNC 72 Duke 62 

UNC 93 Clemson 69 

UNC 74 Duke 71 

UNC 56 N.C. State 80 

UNC 63 Navy 76 

1960 (18-6) 

UNC 93 South Carolina.. 56 

UNC 60 Kansas 49 

UNC 68 Kansas State .. 52 

UNC 70 Kentucky 76 

UNC 52 St. Louis 68 

UNC 72 Minnesota 65 

UNC 75 Duke 53 

UNC 50 Wake Forest .. 53 
UNC 75 Notre Dame .... 65 
UNC 62 Wake Forest .. 59 

UNC 62 N.C. State 51 

UNC 78 Virginia 57 

UNC 75 Maryland 66 

UNC 73 Clemson 54 

UNC 69 Wake Forest .. 80 

UNC 84 Duke 57 

UNC 66 N.C. State 62 

UNC 85 Clemson 80 

UNC 81 South Carolina.. 85 

UNC 81 Maryland 64 

UNC 97 Virginia 58 

UNC 75 Duke 50 

UNC 84 Virginia 63 

UNC 69 Duke 71 

1961 (19-4) 

UNC 77 L.S.U 61 

UNC 81 Virginia 47 

UNC 65 Kentucky 70 

UNC 69 Kansas State .... 77 

UNC 78 Kansas 70 

UNC 72 Creighton 64 

UNC 81 Maryland 57 

UNC 87 Villanova 67 

UNC 76 Duke 71 

UNC 73 Notre Dame 71 

UNC 83 Wake Forest .... 71 
UNC 83 Wake Forest .... 74 

UNC 92 Virginia 70 

UNC 58 Maryland 52 

UNC 97 N.C. State 66 

UNC 77 Clemson 46 

UNC 63 Maryland 56 

UNC 77 Duke 81 



UNC 82 South Carolina 89 
UNC 93 Wake Forest .... 78 

UNC 62 N.C. State 56 

UNC 92 South Carolina 68 

UNC 61 Clemson 55 

UNC 69 Duke 66 

1962 (8-9) 

UNC 80 Virginia 46 

UNC 54 Clemson 52 

UNC 70 Indiana 76 

UNC 99 Notre Dame .... 80 
UNC 72 Wake Forest .... 91 

UNC100 Virginia 71 

UNC 83 South Carolina 71 

UNC 66 N. C. State 56 

UNC 57 Duke 79 

UNC 62 Maryland 79 

UNC 80 Wake Forest .... 87 
UNC 57 N. C. State .... 85 

UNC 69 Clemson 59 

UNC 82 South Carolina 97 

UNC 70 Maryland 67 

UNC 74 Duke 82 

UNC 55 South Carolina 57 

1963 (15-6) 

UNC 89 Georgia 65 

UNC 64 Clemson 48 

UNC 75 South Carolina 65 

UNC 76 Indiana 90 

UNC 68 Kentucky 66 

UNC 86 Yale 77 

UNC 76 Notre Dame .... 68 

UNC 70 Wake Forest .... 78 

UNC 78 Maryland 56 

UNC 67 N. C. State .... 65 

UNC 86 Virginia 81 

UNC 69 Duke 77 

UNC 82 Maryland 68 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .... 72 

UNC 68 N. C. State .... 63 

UNC 78 South Carolina 74 

UNC 79 Clemson 63 

UNC 85 Virginia 73 

UNC 93 Duke 106 

UNC 93 South Carolina 76 

UNC 55 Wake Forest .... 56 

1964 (12-12) 

UNC 92 S. Carolina .... 87 

UNC 64 Clemson 66 

UNC 77 Indiana 70 

UNC 80 Kentucky 100 

UNC 76 L.S.U 71 

UNC 109 Tulane 81 

UNC 99 Georgia 71 

UNC 78 Notre Dame .... 68 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .... 80 

UNC 64 Duke 84 

UNC 97 Maryland 88 

UNO 79 N C. State .... 71 

UNC 88 V.P.I 90 

UNC 89 Virginia 76 

UNC 81 Wake Forest .... 73 

UNC 68 N.Y.U 69 

UNC 90 Clemson 97 

UNC 84 S. Carolina .... 81 

UNC 64 Maryland 74 

UNC 49 N.C. State 51 

UNC 64 Virginia 79 

UNC 69 Duke 104 

UNC 80 S. Carolina .... 63 

UNC 49 Duke 65 

1965 (15-9) 

UNC 77 Clemson 59 

UNC 61 Georgia 64 

UNC 82 South Carolina.. 71 

UNC 82 Kentucky 67 

UNC 111 Tulane 74 

UNC 81 Indiana 107 

UNC 84 Vanderbilt 78 

UNC 84 Miss. State 80 

UNC 61 Alabama 66 

UNC 54 Florida 73 

UNC 68 Maryland 76 

UNC 85 Wake Forest 107 

UNC 65 Duke 62 

UNC 62 N. C. State .... 65 

UNC 87 Virginia 80 

UNC 81 Maryland 90 

UNC 100 N.Y.U 78 

UNC 107 Wake Forest .... 91 

UNC 69 N. C. State .... 68 

UNC 76 South Carolina.. 63 

UNC 86 Clemson 84 

UNC 105 Virginia 101 

UNC 71 Duke 66 

UNC 76 Wake Forest .... 92 



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1966 (16-11) 

UNC 74 Clemson 84 

UNC 82 Wm. & Mary.... 68 

UNC 82 Ohio State .... 72 

UNC 127 Richmond 76 

UNC 72 Vanderbilt 81 

UNC 115 Fla. State .... 80 

UNC 66 Florida 59 

UNC 75 Princeton 61 

UNC 90 Utah 85 

UNC 97 West Va 102 

UNC 67 Maryland 52 

UNC 99 Wake Forest .... 83 

UNC 77 Duke 88 

UNC 83 N. C. State .... 75 

UNC 69 Virginia 70 

UNC 115 Wake Forest .... 87 

UNC 66 Maryland 77 

UNC 104 South Carolina 70 

UNC 78 N.Y.U 83 

UNC 75 V.P.I 81 

UNC 77 N. C. State .... 87 

UNC 70 Clemson 66 

UNC 83 South Carolina 71 

UNC 81 Virginia 79 

UNC 63 Duke 77 

UNC 77 Maryland 70 

UNC 20 Duke 21 

1966-67 (26-6) 

UNC 76 Clemson 65 

UNC 93 Penn State .... 63 

UNC 92 Tulane 69 

UNC 64 Kentucky 55 

UNC 95 NYU 58 

UNC 98 Columbia 66 

UNC 81 Fla. State .... 54 

UNC 101 Furman 56 

UNC 105 Ohio State .... 82 

UNC 81 Princeton 91 

UNC 76 Wake Forest .. 74 

UNC 59 Duke 56 

UNC 79 N.C. State .... 78 

UNC 103 Virginia 76 

UNC 85 Maryland 77 

UNC 79 Virginia 75 

UNC 75 Wake Forest .. 73 

UNC 80 Ga. Tech 82 

UNC 77 N.C. State .... 60 

UNC 80 South Carolina 55 

UNC 88 Clemson 92 

UNC 78 Maryland 78 

UNC 110 VPI 78 

UNC 57 South Carolina 70 

UNC 92 Duke 79 

UNC 56 N.C. State .... 53 

UNC 89 Wake Forest .. 79 

UNC 82 Duke 73 

UNC 78 Princeton 70 

UNC 96 Boston Col 80 

UNC 62 Dayton 76 

UNC 62 Houston 84 

1967-68 (28-4) 

UNC 89 Virginia Tech.. 76 

UNC 107 Kent State .... 83 

UNC 76 Vanderbilt 89 

UNC 84 Kentucky 77 

UNC 71 Princeton 63 

UNC 87 Stanford 78 

UNC 86 Utah 84 

UNC 68 Oregon State .. 61 

UNC 74 Wake Forest .. 62 

UNC 75 Duke 72 

UNC 68 N.C. State .... 66 

UNC 115 Clemson 83 

UNC 82 Ga. Tech 54 

UNC 86 Fla. State 80 

UNC 73 Maryland 67 

UNC 108 Virginia 64 

UNC 80 Wake Forest .... 60 

UNC 80 Virginia Tech .. 70 

UNC 96 N.C. State 84 

UNC 96 Clemson 74 

UNC 84 South Carolina 80 

UNC 83 Maryland 60 

UNC 92 Virginia 74 

UNC 86 South Carolina 87 

UNC 86 Duke 87 

UNC 83 Wake Forest .. 70 

UNC 82 South Carolina 79 

UNC 87 N.C. State .... 50 

UNC 91 St. Bonaventure 72 

UNC 70 Davidson 66 

UNC 80 Ohio State .... 66 

UNC 55 UCLA 78 

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1969-70 BASKETBALL 




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THE FRESHMAN TEAM-First row, left to right, Head Coach Bill Guthridge, Ray Dunn, Kurt Getsinger, Dal Branch, George Karl, 
Norris Crigler, Julian Dempsey, Trainer Dean Weber. 

Second row, left to right. Manager Bill Isley, Manager Doug Donald, Gary Stafford, John Cox, John Crimmins, Donn Johnston, 
Ron Moffitt, Cornelius Cathcart, John Austin, Manager David Archer, Tom Forrester. 

1969-70 FRESHMAN ROSTER 



Name Ht. 

John Austin 6-2 

Dallas Branch 5-8 

Cornelius Cathcart 6-3 

John Cox 6-1 

Norris Crigler 6-0 

John Crimmins 6-3 

Julian Dempsey 5-11 

Ray Dunn 6-0 

Kurt Getsinger 5-11 

Donn Johnston 6-8 

George Karl 6-1 

Ronnie Moffitt 6-6 

Gary Stafford 6-2 

52 



wt. 


Hometown 


High School 


162 


Charlotte, N. C. 


Myers Park 


133 


Durham, N. C. 


Jordan 


174 


Hillsborough, N. C. 


Orange 


171 


Sanford, N. C. 


Benhaven 


166 


Charlotte, N. C. 


East Mecklenburg 


197 


Argola, Indiana 


Culver Military Academy 


153 


Wilson, N. C. 


Fike 


162 


New Bern, N. C. 


New Bern 


161 


Chapel Hill, N. C. 


Chapel Hill 


206 


Jamestown, N. Y. 


Jamestown 


183 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Penn Hills 


196 


Hendersonville, N. C. 


Hendersonville 


180 


Hickory, N. C. 


Claremont Central 



1969-70 BASKETBALL 



1969 -70 PROSPECTUS 

The University of North Carolina freshmen basketball team 
will be handicapped this season by lack of depth and height - 
and the usual ambitious schedule. 

But Coach Bill Guthridge reports that the team will get 
plenty of hard work and expects enthusiasm to be high as the 
squad pursues dual goals of "preparing for varsity competition, 
learning the North Carolina philosophy of offense and defense, 
and secondly, winning as many games as possible." 

"We have a long way to go to get ready for games with Big 
Four opponents," he said. "We only have two players on 
scholarship and of course they will be counted on for leader- 
ship." 

George Karl and Donn Johnston are the boys on scholarship. 
Karl, a 6-2 guard, hails from Penn Hills, Pa., and Johnston, a 
6-8 center, is from Jamestown, N.Y. 

Big Four rival Duke appears on the schedule three times, 
with two of the games in Chapel Hill, while the Tar Babies also 
meet Wake Forest and N.C. State in a pair of contests. 

Carolina has won the Big Four freshman championship two 
straight years under the coaching of Guthridge. 



Freshman Schedule 

Dec. 1 6:00 p.m. East Carolina . . .CHAPEL HILL, N.C 

Dec. 3 6:00 p.m. Laurinburg Inst. . .CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Dec. 6 6:00 p.m. Davidson Charlotte, N.C. 

Dec. 11 8:00 p.m. Duke CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Dec. 13 6:00 p.m. William & Mary . . . .Greensboro, N.C. 

Dec. 16 5:55 p.m. Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 

Jan. 7 6:00 p.m. N.C. State Raleigh, N.C. 

Jan. 9 8:00 p.m. Duke CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Jan. 17 12:00 Wake Forest . . . .CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 3 6:00p.m. Virginia CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 5 7:00 p.m. Wake Forest . . . . Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Feb. 9 7:00 p.m. N.C. State CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 18 6:00 p.m. Richmond CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 21 6:30p.m. Davidson CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 25 6:00 p.m. Virginia Tech . . .CHAPEL HILL, N.C. 

Feb. 27 8:00 p.m. Duke Durham, N.C. 



Final 1968-69 Freshman Statistics 





PLAYER 






Dennis Wuycik 




Bill Chamberl 


am 




Steve Previs 






Kim Huband 






Bill Chambers 






Craig Corson 






Mike Earey 






Dick Ramsey 






Jimmy Wright 






Phil Dorroll 
Charles Hicks 






Pete Sommerfeld 




Bob Anders 






Roy Williams 






Chuck Anderson 




1968-69 (27-5) 




UNC 


89 Oregon 


78 


UNC 


106 Oregon 


73 


UNC 


87 Kentucky .... 


77 


UNC 


100 Vanderbilt 


78 


UNC 


90 Clemson 


69 


UNC 


94 Virginia 


67 


UNC 


69 Villanova 


61 


UNC 


70 St. John's 


72 


UNC 


103 Princeton 


76 


UNC 


94 Duke 


70 


UNC 


83 N. C. State 


63 


UNC 


99 Va. Tech 


77 


UNC 101 Georgia Tech 


70 


UNC 


94 Wake Forest . 


89 


UNC 


107 Maryland 


87 


UNC 


99 Virginia 


76 


UNC 


84 Wake Forest . 


76 


UNC 


100 Florida State . 


82 


UNC 


85 N. C. State . . 


62 


UNC 


66 South Carolina 


68 


UNC 


107 Clemson 


81 


UNC 


88 Maryland 


86 


UNC 


106 Citadel 


59 


UNC 


68 South Carolina 


62 


UNC 


81 Duke 


87 


UNC 


94 Clemson 


70 


UNC 


80 Wake Forest 


72 


UNC 


85 Duke 


74 


UNC 


85 Duquesne 


78 


UNC 


87 Davidson 


85 


UNC 


65 Purdue 


92 


UNC 


84 Drake 


104 





FIELD GOALS 




FREE THROWS 












G 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Reb 


PF 


TP 


Avg. 


18 


163 


272 


59.9 


62 


83 


74.7 


152 


53 


388 


21.6 


18 


159 


317 


50.2 


45 


69 


65.2 


161 


52 


363 


20.2 


18 


93 


176 


52.8 


24 


37 


64.9 


53 


52 


210 


11.7 


17 


72 


137 


52.6 


14 


16 


87.5 


53 


28 


158 


9.3 


18 


50 


91 


54.9 


34 


50 


68.0 


54 


19 


134 


7.4 


18 


51 


137 


37.2 


16 


33 


48.5 


159 


67 


118 


6.6 


14 


36 


70 


51.4 


17 


24 


70.8 


44 


17 


89 


6.4 


17 


23 


44 


52.3 


10 


16 


62.5 


17 


21 


56 


3.3 


17 


11 


23 


47.8 


2 


7 


28.6 


8 


10 


24 


1.4 


12 


6 


16 


37.5 


5 


9 


55.6 


16 


2 


17 


1.4 


11 


5 


8 


62.5 








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3 


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4 


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8 


13 


10 


0.9 


11 


2 


11 


18.2 


4 


6 


66.7 


9 


4 


8 


0.7 


11 


2 


7 


28.6 


3 


6 


50.0 


3 


8 


7 


0.6 


11 


1 


4 


25.0 


2 


5 


40.0 


4 


3 


4 


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Tar Heel Headquarters on 


Road 


Date 




Staying At 


Opponent 


December 


8 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Kentucky 


December 


16 


Mt. Vernon Motel, Charlottesville, Va. 


Virginia 


December 


20 


Royal Orleans, New Orleans, La. 


Tulane 


December 


22 


Astroworld, Houston, Texas 


Rice 


December 


29-30 


Statler Hilton Inn, Greensboro N. C. 


Carolina Classic 


January 


3 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Rice 


January 


5 


Sheraton-Columbia Inn, Columbia, S. C. 


South Carolina 


January 


15 


Holiday Inn, Clemson, S. C. 


Clemson 


January 


31 


Statler Hilton, Washington, D. C. 


Maryland 


February 


13 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Clemson 


February 


14 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Georgia Tech 



The University of North Carolina 



53 



A Tribute 



To Five Who Graduated 




Joe Brown 



Bill Bunting 



Rusty Clark 



Dick Grubar 



This edition of the 1969-70 Carolina Basketball Blue Book 
is proudly dedicated to five who wore the Blue and White with 
sterling athletic ability and great personal distinction, helping 
to carry the Tar Heels to three straight Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence and Eastern Regional NCAA championships. 

Few are apt to forget Dick Grubar, Rusty Clark, Bill Bunt- 
ing, Joe Brown, and Gerald Tuttle. For their superb play on 
the court and their distinction as representatives of the Univer- 
sity have been unsurpassed. 

Two of the five are now playing professional basketball: 
Grubar with Indiana and Bunting with the Carolina Cougars. 
Clark is a student in the UNC Medical School, Brown is in the 
banking business in Raleigh, and Tuttle is a Navy ensign. 

We salute these five Carolina Gentlemen. 



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The University of North Carolina 




ALL-TIME RECORDS 

Game-Team 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 127 vs. Richmond, 1966. 

FEWEST POINTS SCORED— 8 vs. N. C. State, 1915. 

MOST OPPONENTS' POINTS SCORED— 107 by Indiana, Wake 

Forest, 1965. 
FEWEST OPPONENTS' POINTS SCORED— 5 by Elon, 1912 and 

by Hampton-Sydney, 1927. 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN— 69 vs. Davidson, 1945 (89-20) 
LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN-43 vs. Lynchburg Elks, 1915 (63-20). 
LARGEST COMBINED SCORE— 206 vs. Virginia, 1965 (UNC 

105-101). 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED— 52 vs. Richmond, 1966. 
MOST FREE THROWS SCORED-^13 vs. N. C. State, 1957. 
MOST PERSONAL FOULS— 38 vs. N. C. State, 1954. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 73 vs. Tulane. 1965. 



Game-Individual 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 49 by Bob Lewis vs. Florida State, 1966. 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED— 21 by Billy Cunningham vs. 

Tulane, 1965. 
MOST FREE THROWS SCORED— 21 by York Larese vs. Duke, 

1959. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 30 by Rusty Clark vs. Maryland, 1968. 
MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED— 24 by Lennie Rosenbluth 

vs. Clemson, 1956; by Billy Cunningham vs. Maryland, 1964. 

Season-Team 

MOST VICTORIES— 32 (1957). 

MOST VICTORIES WITHOUT DEFEAT— 32* (1957). 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 2,844 in 1969. 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE— 88.9 in 1969. 

HIGHEST OPPONENTS' SCORING AVERAGE— 77.6 in 1965 (G: 24, 

Pts: 1863). 
LOWEST OPPONENTS' SCORING AVERAGE— 19.4 in 1924 (G: 23, 

Pts: 448). 
LARGEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS— 173 in 1924 

(Off. Avg. : 36.7; Def. Avg. 19.4). 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE— 51.7 (1966). 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE— .758 in 1960. 
'National Record. 

Season-Individual 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 895 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE— 27.9 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE— 59.8 by Bill Bunting, 1969. 
BEST FREE THROW AVERAGE— .868 by York Larese, 1960, (131 

of 151). 
MOST FIELD GOALS— 305 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
MOST FREE THROWS— 285 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 379 by Billy Cunningham, 1964. 
BEST REBOUND AVERAGE— 16.1 by Billy Cunningham, 1963 

(339 in 21 games). 

Career 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 2045 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 

MOST REBOUNDS— 1062 by Billy Cunningham, 1963-65. 

BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE — 15.4 by Billy Cunningham, 

1963-65. 
MOST FREE THROWS— 603 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 
MOST FIELD GOALS— 765 by Larry Miller, 1965-68. 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE— 26.9 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 



The Blind Bomber of Early 1940s- 
George Glamack 




All- Time 
Scoring Leader 
Lennie Rosenbluth 




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